Mon Jan 26 13:35:00 GMT 1998
I am trying to compile a hello_world with gcc running on my NT box.
I am getting the message that it cannot find stdio.
"fooby.c:1: stdio: No such file or directory"
I have mounted the install directory as /usr and I have seen that this
makes "/usr/lib" make sense, but the "/usr/include" does not exist.
i.e. it is really "/usr/i386-cygwin32/include"
I have mounted root properly, and have set C_INCLUDE_PATH, and whatever
else I could think of.
I also tried using: gcc fooby.c -I/usr/i386-cygwin32/include
and gcc fooby.c -ID:/Where/it/lives/include
While I get the _distinct_ impression that this is a simple question,
I must ask anyway. (I have read the FAQ)
Thanks for the time, and please respond with direct email
P.S. Using #include "Actual Path to stdio.h" works.
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