IDE inserts incorrect #include statement
I'm working with Borland C++ 2007. My project group consists of a package and several projects that use a component within that package. When I use this component using the design editor, the IDE automatically inserts the required #include directive for the component. However, it does not include the correct path. A workaround is of course to adjust the compiler's include path, but then I would have to do this for every single project which directly or indirectly depends on the component. Does anybody know a better solution? cheers Hendrik
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