Compiling and Using the libmib software
1. Libmib header files are always #included as <libmib/xxxx.h>. Header files are distributed in the source tree under the subdirectory libmib, (not a subdirectory named include.)
Usually, you can specify the top of the source tree as an include directory. (Alternately you can copy the files in libmib to a subdirectory of an existing include directory, or use symlinks, etc.)
2. You need to create a libmib/local.h file. (It is permitted to be empty)
(The use and purpose of libmib/local.h is described in detail elsewhere.)
3. Now you are ready to add libmib files into a library or as files of a project.
Obtaining the libmib software is discussed at synclibmib.sh script
HTTPSYNC A freeware utility to maintain synchronized files and directories via HTTP.
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