We’ve received a message from Yan Shi about a software called SDL_Vnc whose configure script says that it cannot find SDL.
Actually, the config.log shows that the test program used for testing SDL is doing a “#include <SDL/SDL.h>”
My question (and suggestion) is: isn’t this way of including the SDL header obsolete ?
Aren’t we supposed to do a #include “SDL.h” and pass the right path with
sdl-config --cflags? (on unix systems) ? I’ve experienced many amateur projects not compiling correctly because of that, and it’s really annoying replacing all the includes in the project tree (and not safe).