> As far as I know it is not defined in which order the directories
> specified with "-I" and the system include directories are searched.
> (I know some users had problems because of that).
Eh, I am pretty sure they are searched in the order they are specified
on the command line. A simple test shows this to be true on Linux /
GCC at least. I believe this to be true for all Unix C compilers, and
probably all sensible C compilers. Where did users have problems
because of another include search order?
I suggest making sure "-I../include/sane " is the first -I statement
when compiling, and leave it at that.
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