I'd like to know the procedure for adding to the include path on my OS
desing 2 directories with some .h libraries to tell the compiler where to
find the appropiate header files.
I don't want to create a subproject with a single application and including
this libraries on it because I'd like to use that libraries with some other
I'm sure if I've explained my problem in a right way.
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