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Re: question about #include and wmlrc

On Tue, Apr 14, 1998, Viorel ANGHEL wrote:

> I have a site with some directories structure. All wml files contain
> something like 
>   #include "header.wml"
>   ...
>   #include "footer.wml"
> I want that header/footer files to be searched in current dir, then in upper
> dir and so on, i mean  like in regexp (../)*. I have tryied to put in wmlrc
> something like
>   -I./:../:../../
> but it didn't work.

Ops, IPP's -I option does not support a PATH-style argument.
Did I mis-documented it this way somewhere? Hmmm...

Just use 

    -I. -I.. -I../.. -I../../.. -I../../../.. 

in your local .wmlrc or more intuitive only


in .wmlrc's at each level. Both should work although I've
not tested it now.
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