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include-directories: preference variable

Default value: ""

The find-linked-file command, in C/C++/Java buffers, edits the file named by the #include directive on the current line. Epsilon knows a few standard places to look for #include files, but if Epsilon doesn't find yours, set this variable to a list of directories where Epsilon should look, in addition to the standard places. Separate the directory names with colons under Unix, with semicolons elsewhere.

More info:

Reading Files
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