Peter Dalgaard BSA
20 Jan 1998 22:29:27 +0100
Paul Gilbert <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm trying to set up R INSTALL for my padi package and the compile needs
> -I pkg/src-c
> to find some .h files. (Perhaps I should be putting these in a different
> Could someone please explain how I should pass this location to the compiler
> used by R INSTALL from the Makefile in my pkg/src?
What goes wrong with putting the include files along with the sources
and using #include "file.h" ?
As for sticking extra options into the gcc command line, I suppose
something like CFLAGS+=-I pkg/src-c in the Makefile could do it, but
does it work with all make programs or just GNU make? Or spell out
$(CC) -c $< $(CFLAGS) -I pkg/src-c $(FFLAGS) ...
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