From: Victor A. Wagner, Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-21 21:51:45
I think you missed the point.... NOBODY is suggesting relative paths
At Sunday 2002/07/21 08:22, you wrote:
> No, absolutely not. Neither Boost nor any publically-distributed
> library should use #include "relativePath" to include files, whether they
> be "header" files, "source" files, "declaration" files,
> "definition"/"template noninline function-definition"/"inline
> function-definition" files, "package" files, or otherwise. Doing so
> implies that the C++ code knows what the current working directory of the
> build environment is (or knows what some other implementation-defined
> #include-"relativePath"-search directory scheme is).
> Beman, for these reasons I expect you to withdraw your request to
> switch from #include <relativePath> to #include "relativePath".
> Dan'l Miller
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