Where did you put this path?
If in the IDE Tools/Options/Projects and Solutions/VC++ Directories,
"Show directories for/Include files" (phew) - then try it without the
double backslashes, just use one:
C:\Documents and Settings\cnh5678\Desktop\allegro\allegro-4.9.2\include
You may also have to surround it with quotes:
"C:\Documents and Settings\cnh5678\Desktop\allegro\allegro-4.9.2\include"
Double backslashes are needed in *source code*, as the backslash is used
as the escape (ESC) character. They are not normally needed in path
- WayneMonday, March 03, 2008 6:49 PM
If all else fails, try putting the header file in the same directory
where your source code file is which #includes the header.
If it still fails, clean your spectacles and look hard at the
spelling. You may have transposed a couple of letters in the
filename, added or omitted double letters, etc.
- WayneWednesday, March 05, 2008 2:40 PM