On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 7:59 PM, Leonid G <leonid.ge...@gmail.com> wrote:

I am actually working on a build system and in my case all file names are
> an absolute path, not relative. With absolute path method suggested above
> (without -I) fails with
$ google/protobuf/2.3.0/gcc_4.1.2/64/bin/protoc --cpp_out=/mypath/test
> /mypath/test/importing.proto /mypath/test/imported.proto
> /mypath/test/importing.proto: File does not reside within any path
> specified using --proto_path (or -I).  You must specify a --proto_path
> which encompasses this file.  Note that the proto_path must be an exact
> prefix of the .proto file names -- protoc is too dumb to figure out when
> two paths (e.g. absolute and relative) are equivalent (it's harder than you
> think).
> Looks like in general case I do need to set -I to some value. The only
> remaining thing - understand what the correct value for -I.

In your example, it would be -I /mypath


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