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Old   September 10, 2021, 12:43
Default How to control priorities in Make/options
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Hello everybody

I am modifying some of openfoam's header files in my own account keeping the same filename.

Unfortunately, from the openfoam's ProgrammersGuide it seems that wmake will first consider looking at the original openfoam header.

Likewise, I created a library with the same name as one of openfoam's libraries and again the same guide tells me that openfoam's library has priority in wmake's search.

Therefore, whenever my modifications introduce new variables or functions, wmake yields errors complaining of undefined variables and functions.

So. unless priorities can be altered, then, it seems to me that I have no other choice but to change header and library names.

Thanks to all
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