On Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 12:03:11PM +0530, sameer gupta wrote:
> thanks,
> however i would like to add more details of my problem:
>
>
>
> cd /usr/home/sameer/
> gcc -o prog1 prog1.c -lelf -I /usr/local/include/libelf
> In file included from prog1.c:3:
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:31:28: libelf/sys_elf.h: No such file or
                                            ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

So you need to specify -I/usr/local/include too.

> directory
> In file included from prog1.c:3:
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:185: error: syntax error before '*' 
> token
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:185: warning: data definition has no 
> type
> or storage class
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:187: error: syntax error before '*' 
> token
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:187: warning: data definition has no 
> type
> or storage class
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:189: error: syntax error before '*' 
> token
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:189: warning: data definition has no 
> type
> or storage class
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:194: error: syntax error before '*' 
> token
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:194: warning: data definition has no 
> type
> or storage class
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:195: error: syntax error before '*' 
> token
> /usr/local/include/libelf/libelf.h:195: warning: data definition has no 
> type
> or storage class
> prog1.c: In function `main':
> prog1.c:28: error: syntax error before ';' token
>
> Compilation exited abnormally with code 1 at Fri Jun 29 17:15:34
>
>
>
>
>
>
> :::even though the sys_elf.h exists under the folder i specified using the
> -I flag while compiling still my compiler cant find the header
> kindly suggest,
> regards,
> sameer
>
>
>
>
>
> On 6/27/07, Roland Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>
>> On Wed, Jun 27, 2007 at 03:35:46PM +0530, sameer gupta wrote:
>> >  hello,
>> >  i want to add new search path's for including  more directories for
>> header
>> >  files, for that i need to edit the makefile that my gcc compiler uses,
>> >  however i cant figure out where to find that file, kindly help..i'm a
>> newbie
>> >  who has just started out
>>
>> You can set environment variables to help GCC find include files and
>> libraries in your shell's startup script. For include files you can set
>> CPATH, for libraries you'll need to set LIBRARY_PATH. See
>> http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc/Environment-Variables.html
>>
>> Both can contain different paths separated by a colon (:).
>>
>> How to set environment variables depends on the shell you use. csh uses
>> the 'set' command, while sh and bash use 'export'. See your shell's
>> manual page for details.
>>
>> Roland
>> --
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Yuri

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