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Operating Systems Linux SuSE g++ build on SUSE 12.1, cannot open included file Post 302581711 by jim mcnamara on Tuesday 13th of December 2011 11:22:45 PM
There were limits to the number of "sub" includes - used to be 12 for the c++ standard.
If I remember correctly. And I do recall that this limit is perpetuated thru the gcc family.
Whatever it is today...
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