Uff. Unify #include's across libs and plugins.
The #include's now follow these rules: For libraries - #include <foo.h> / #include <Foo> for anything outside kdevplatform - i.e. other libraries - #include "foo.h" or #include "../foo.h" or #include "bar/foo.h" or #include "../bar/foo.h" for headers that are inside the same library - #include <bar/foo.h> for any library bar in kdevplatform For plugins - #include "foo.h" only for files inside the plugin - #include <bar/foo.h> for any kdevplatform library bar - #include <foo.h> / #include <Foo> for any other libs This allows us to remove all include_directories() calls, so we're only have -I switches for "external" libs (like KDE/Qt) and the top-level source/binary dir as well as the "current" source/binary dir. This is also supposed to make our header safer against include-problems, like using #include <icore.h> and that picks up a header of similar name from some other lib. We've had a discussion about this quite a while back. Still if anybody feels like this still has problem please speak up. CCMAIL:firstname.lastname@example.org