From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-02 04:44:41
> OK, it's fixed for all toolsets. But since I can't test all toolsets I
> don't know if my changes will break other things. If they do, it will
> need to be fixed when that comes up. As a warning the big change was the
> mixed use of STD headers and system (<sysinclude>) headers.
Excellent, many thanks, that seems to be working fine for me now.
> By the way as I changed all the toolsets I noticed that they all set up
> the includes paths in this order:
> 1. user includes
> 2. standard includes
> 3 system includes (this one I just added to fix the above issue)
> But I would have thought that the order should be:
> 1. standard includes
> 2. system includes
> 3. user includes
> Is this a real problem that should be fixed, or am I just hallucinating?
No seriously I would expect user-includes to come first.
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