Bidi B patch
david at l8s.co.uk
Wed Jun 25 16:58:13 CDT 2003
> I'll try to find the discussion (if someone has a handy pointer - it
> would be greatly apretiated), but if it turns out that it is necessary
> because we use "" instead of <>, I don't think that counts ;-)
I believe that the difference between "" and <> is that if you use ""
the directory where the file that contains the #include is looked in
before the directories specified with -I and the 'standard' places.
This can make it VERY difficult to build with a local (aka hacked)
copy of an include file. Also, if there are multiple files with the same
name it may not be obvious which one is actually included.
IMHO Using <> throughout is actually best - unless you actually really,
really want the file from the directory where the including file was found.
David Laight: david at l8s.co.uk
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