>  the point isn't that I expect the plugin to be looking for the compile-time 
> include directories,

As I said above, the compile time include directories (the -I options to the C 
compiler) are not known by Geany or the plugin, so it can't work like that.  

In fact the plugin doesn't even know about languages, it just knows an 
association between sets of extensions which can be adjusted by the user to 
support any language they want (see plugin preferences).

The rule that the current directory is searched first is a C compiler rule, it 
does not necessarily apply to any other language.  

The plugin searches the open files first, then the current directory, perhaps 
an option could be added to allow the order to be switched by the user, pull 
requests are welcome.

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