[LMH]change in Makefile
James A. Crippen
Thu May 2 22:18:02 2002
Raymond Wiker <Raymond.Wiker@fast.no> writes:
> Andreas Eder writes:
> > In order to avoid warning messages from makedepend
> > ( makedepend: warning: app.cc, line 1: cannot find include file "iostream.h"
> > not in /usr/local/lib/gcc-include/iostream.h
> > not in /usr/include/iostream.h
> > not in /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i486-suse-linux/2.95.3/include/iostream.h
> > etc.)
> Shouldn't this use the header file "iostream" instead of
> "iostream.h"? There are a few differences between the .h and no-.h
> versions of the standard header files, including the use of namespaces
> (i.e, if you use <iostream> instead of <iostream.h> you have to either
> use "using namespace std;" or prefix cin, cout, endl etc with
Duh, that's why that didn't work before... :-P
> Also, I think that changing the #includes for standard include
> files from <> to "" may have been a mistake. For the stand-alone
> target, it should be possible to achieve the same effect by judicious
> use of --nostdinc and -I.
> Disclaimer: I haven't even _looked at_ the E3 sources.
JM, whaddya think? I personally think it might be a Good Idea.
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