idiot question 2: how to include /usr/include into compiling route?

Claudiu ANGHEL claudiu.anghel at skynet.be
Sun Feb 13 17:49:18 UTC 2005


Assuming that you use automake project, on the right side open the tab 
"Automake manager". Select in the upper window your project, right 
click, options and then the tab includes.

Christina Han wrote:

>Sorry, this is a new comer to both C/C++ and kdevelop. 
>I am wondering where to add compiling route for necessary header file,
>libs  and etc. which doesn't belong to current project?
>for example those in /usr/include, it seems that kdevelop doesn't
>search /usr/include and its subdirectory by default.
>Thanks!
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