I'm trying to build an imported project in Codewarrior 10, but apparently the referenced #include files cannot be found by the compiler. I get the "unresolved inclusion" message.
The on line Codewarrior Infocenter says...
Include FilesThe search for include files is governed by two environment variables: GENPATH: #include "File" Path and LIBRARYPATH: `include <File>' Path. Include files that are included using double quotes as in:#include "test.h"are searched first in the current directory, then in the directory specified by the -I: Include File Path option, then in the directories given in the GENPATH: #include "File" Path environment variable, and finally in those listed in the LIBPATH or LIBRARYPATH: `include <File>' Path environment variable. The current directory is set using the IDE, the Program Manager, or the DEFAULTDIR: Default Current Directory environment variable.Include files that are included using angular brackets as in#include <stdio.h>are searched for first in the current directory, then in the directory specified by the -I option, and then in the directories given in LIBPATH or LIBRARYPATH. The current directory is set using the IDE, the Program Manager, or the DEFAULTDIR environment variable.
The classic Codewarrior had a window in which one could insert a list of paths with folders containing the include files. Do I now have to put all those paths in an (DOS style) environment variable? There must be a better way, or maybe I don't understand what the documentation is saying.