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Author Topic: Location of system header files  (Read 1615 times)
amuso
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« on: October 22, 2009, 12:38:08 AM »

Based on page 248 the Foundation.h header file is in a subfolder of /Developer/SDKs/<your macosx version something here>

(sidenote: a typo on page 248 in /Developers/... instead of /Developer/...)

So I used Spotlight and found limits.h in a subfolder there, along with the sys/cdefs.h and i386/_limits.h it referenced. However no float.h.

So I saw in the answers section that you pointed us to /usr/include instead. Found limitsh and float.h there, no problem.

Just wanted to know the difference of the two locations, and which is used for what.
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