6.11.2 The directory dialog

In the directory dialog, the directories can be specified where the compiler should look for units, libraries, object files. It also says where the output files should be stored. Multiple directories (except for the output directory) can be entered, separated by semicolons. The directories dialog is shown in figure (6.21).



Figure 6.21: The directories configuration dialog

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The following directories can be specified:

EXE & PPU directories
Specifies where the compiled units and executables will go. (-FE (see page 5.1.3) on the command line.)
Object directories
Specifies where the compiler looks for external object files. (-Fo (see page 5.1.3) on the command line.)
Library directories
Specifies where the compiler (more exactly, the linker) looks for external libraries. (-Fl (see page 5.1.3) on the command line.)
Include directories
Specifies where the compiler will look for include files, included with the {$i } directive. (-Fi (see page 5.1.3) or -I (see page 5.1.3) on the command line.)
Unit directories
Specifies where the compiler will look for compiled units. The compiler always looks first in the current directory, and also in some standard directories. (-Fu (see page 5.1.3) on the command line.)