The "-nostdinc" flag is set in the compile options. If I remove that flag, that
particular file appears to compile fine.
It seems wrong to tell the compiler to not look in the standard places but then
include a standard file. Am I missing something?
Other compiler versions work fine, so I'm guessing the compiler now interprets
the flag more strictly than before.
What is the proper way to deal with this?
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