Causes the compiler to output a list of the include files. Nested include files are also displayed (files that are included from the files that you include ). Syntax / showIncludes Remarks. When an include file is encountered during compilation, a message is output, for example: Note: including file: d:MyDirincludestdio.h
Passing the / showincludes flag to cl.exe causes it to list the included files on standard output rather than standard error.
I just want to understand how to tell cl.exe where all my includes are, .libs and all those things and be able to compile with one command line execution. So, how can I do it - what am I doing wrong? - a1s2d3f4 Jul 14 '15 at 3:13
The problem seems to come from the / ShowIncludes flag of cl.exe . On the MSDN we can read :. The / showIncludes option emits to stderr, not stdout.. For some obscure reason this is not the case when calling cl.exe with "/c %1 /Fo %2" or even by adding "/E" or "/EP", in those cases -and in fact most of the time- the output is written on stdout. But when I add "/P /Fi" then / ShowIncludes will ...
The following command looks for the include files requested by MAIN.c in the following order: First, if specified by using double-quotes, local files are searched. Next, search continues in the INCLUDE directory, then in the MYINCLUDE directory, and finally in the directories assigned to the INCLUDE environment variable.
and the command will be « cl » (line 9). cl.exe is the name of the Microsoft compiler. This command will have a set of arguments (line 11 and 12). If you already have compiled some C++ code in a console you should not be surprised by the parameters. As a remainder :
So I have to type " cl.exe (some long path)", which is just the same problem as I had before but now in a new format: before I would have to type "(some long path ending in / cl.exe ) program.cc". Nonsense. You can switch directories and still type in " cl Whatever.cpp" and the compiler will still launch.
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[ cl.exe ] / showIncludes does not work with forced include plus pch visual studio 2019 version 16.0 windows 10.0 visual studio Egor Pugin reported Apr 25, 2019 at 05:03 PM