Mathias Fr??hlich wrote:

> But you might look at that in the following way:
> You need to install SimGear as a prerequsite to flightgear.
> When you install a library the includes get typically installed 
> into /usr/include (I assume --prefix=/usr) Once the library is installed, it 
> is available on this system as well as system libraries and their includes.

This depends on if you like to mess with header files in directories
where they don't belong. Honestly I would never put any header file
into /usr/include/ except those which come with the OS distribution.

Cheers,
        Martin.
-- 
 Unix _IS_ user friendly - it's just selective about who its friends are !
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