[fpc-pascal] uses myunit in '../src/myunit.pas' ?

fredvs fiens at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 13 22:31:46 CET 2017

> unita2 can be anywhere. 

No, if the compiler assign the directory search path, like I explained in
earlier post:

if fpcword = 'in' then begin 
IncludeDirectorySearchPath(ExtractFilePath('/thepath/src/myunit.pas'));  //
This could be added
IncludeUnit('/thepath/src/myunit.pas'); // That what compiler already does

unita2 could be only in ExtractFilePath('/thepath/src/myunit.pas').

>    unita2 in 'Documents/unita2.pp', 
>    unita in 'Documents/unita.pp'; 

> Should (and does) work. 

Ha, good news, I will explore that way.


> I guess you are searching for {$unitpath Documents} 

Oops, what's that?

I already like it, without to try it.

Many thanks for that tip, I will try it now.

Write you later.


>    unita in 'Documents/unita.pp'; 

Many thanks ;-)
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