[Issue 1995] invalid paths feed to -J option should be warned

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Mon Apr 14 19:59:21 PDT 2008


wbaxter at gmail.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
           Severity|normal                      |enhancement

------- Comment #1 from wbaxter at gmail.com  2008-04-14 21:59 -------
I disagree.  -J is specifying an include path, for where to search for
something.  Include directories that don't exist usually don't trigger warning
messages (like -Idir or -Ldir).  

Making it not an error is useful in that you can include a bunch of standard
locations that may or may not exist inside a build file, and a user can add an
extra location at the command line if none of the standard locations exist or
contain the file sought.


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