David, >Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 13:03:47 +1300 >From: David Rupp <address@hidden> >Organization: NIWA, New Zealand >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: udunits and Windows The above message contained the following: > I see that udalloc.c has the statement #include "udposix.h", while > utscan.c has #include <udposix.h>. Udalloc.h compiles fine, but > udposix.h can't be found when I attempt to compile utscan.c. I could > replace the <> with "" and place udposix.h in the same directory as > utscan.c, but somehow I don't think that's what you had in mind. The C compiler needs to be told where to find the "udposix.h" file. On UNIX systems, this is done via the "-I" option, e.g., c89 -I ../port/misc utscan.c The Windows C compiler should have a similar option. > I wish I could save the big picture questions for you and not bother you > with little things like this that a software developer could figure out > on their own. Actually, the little things are easier. :-) Don't worry about it. Regards, Steve Emmerson
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