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Jim Blandy wrote: > In other words, [the C standard] leaves it entirely implementation-defined how the > header names are interpreted, and where the referenced files are > stored. For instance, on an old, very strict ANSI C compiler for RISC OS, if you had a globals.h and a main.c, you'd structure your project with one "h" directory containing a file named "globals", and one "c" directory containing a file named "main", because "." is the directory separator on RISC OS! (Porting to that compiler was an enormous pain in the proverbial.) Tony