Conor Daly wrote:
> I don't want to require users to
> #include <metdate.h>
> #include <datahandle.h>
> #include <qcrun.h>
>> Instead they should
>> #include <libqc.h>
>> which will include all the stuff. However, should users be able to look
> in libqc.h and see the function declarations and associated commentary?
> Or should they see references to metdate.h, datahandle.h and qcrun.h and
> look in there for the details.
yes, and easy with "gf" in vim, or ctags, or ...
Also if you look at existing libraries like gtk:
/* loads more snipped */
#endif /* __GTK_H__ */
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