Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Sun Mar 14 10:03:08 CET 2004
Marc Schellens wrote:
> ok, but why everybody writes #include "Python.h" instead of
> #include <Python.h> ? The latter form is the corrcet one for
> header files wich are not part of the actual project.
It's a minor point. The <...> notation is for system headers, the "..."
notation is for non-system headers, but will fall back to searching
system headers as well.
If it works at all -- and you haven't chosen deliberately conflicting
filenames -- then it doesn't matter which one you use.
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