[fpc-pascal] Is it possible to use top directory of subtree with -Fu -Fi -Fl options?
tonyp at acm.org
Mon Sep 29 11:00:26 CEST 2014
OK, I think I realized what the problem is. The * will apparently search in
all subdirectories but (apparently again) one level deep. So, if you have
and you give -Fu\progs\pascal\units\*
it will look in \progs\pascal\units\a but not in \progs\pascal\units\a\b
So, is there a way to do this, i.e., specify the 'root' director for your
units/includes and have it look at all files underneath regardless of
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Subject: Re: [fpc-pascal] Is it possible to use top directory of subtree
with -Fu -Fi -Fl options?
> For example, could something equivalent to \progs\pascal\units\* be used
to? (This I tried, it didn’t work.)
It should. Try compiling with -vt, you'll see how the compiler looks for
files. My fpc.cfg only has single line of -Fu, yet the unit directories are
organized exactly the way your layout looks like. I even works for all my
cross targets as well.
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