Mta-interface: amavisd-new-2.3.3 (20050822) at daleenterprise.com
On Dec 26, 2005, at 09:52 , William Turner wrote:
I added /usr/include/libxml2 to the header search paths in my
project when I used that library. I know that fixes it, I don't
know if that's the only or best solution.
That makes it redundant, if /usr/include is in the search path it
will find libxml/tree.h.
If you think this is wrong then it wouldn't load sys/type.h files
because /usr/include/sys is not listed in the search path.
I suspect he's using an SDK that doesn't have the files or he's
deleted the /usr/include search path.
On Dec 26, 2005, at 9:26 AM, Theodore H. Smith wrote:
I've got some code that uses an include like this:
How do I get this to compile? I tried dragging in the folder from /
usr/include/libxml2/libxml into my Xcode project (thus creating a
group in my project containing references to all the files in this
folder), but this didn't work. Xcode tells me that it can't find
What's the correct technique for getting these sort of includes to
work? I need to map "libxml/" to "/usr/include/libxml2/libxml"
somehow?? But how?
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