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Have come across a somewhat unusual(?) problem regarding include paths. Hopefully some of you guys have a way to get around it. Here it is:
In a project that I'm involved in some people decided to to use a complete unix path for include files.... Like this:#ifndef
The problem here is that I'am on a Windows XP computer and there is no access to this path under windows. The closest one can get is to map a drive letter to the M:some_clearcase_view (the clearcase root in windows) but that would take me to the /subdir1/ level of the above path and not the "/clearcase_rootdir" that I want to get hold of...
Has anyone got any suggestions in how to solve the issue? Anything goes here.
Been thinking about if there are som preprocessor directive that states something like "#ignore path" to include-files and just uses the filename and the std paths specified in the environment and makefile
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