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GeneralRe: CMake whose "source directory" ? Pin
Chris Losinger14-Nov-16 5:46
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QuestionEclipse IDE GCC linker options ? Pin
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leon de boer13-Nov-16 16:17
leon de boer13-Nov-16 16:17 
Sure but there isn't much to those two they are just followed by a folder path string for the library directory or the include directory.

For header files GCC uses 4 default directories in a set order, the name of those directories is set when the version of GCC.EXE was created. So I can't tell you what they are because it depends on versions, CPU etc. However you can get them back out to screen with a command

GCC -v

I don't do a lot with libraries and from what I know there are 2 default directories in a set order again set at compile time of the linker executable ld.exe and again it has a command to display them

ld -v

Your commands above change the user directories and you can check what is happening by inserting your command line and putting -v at end and you can see what it changes.
In vino veritas


modified 13-Nov-16 21:43pm.

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