I am using Visual Studio 2010 C++ Express and having a little problem with include paths.
I am using Assimp library and included it's include directory to project's additional include directories (Properties > C/C++ > General > Additional Include Directories).
That allows me to include Assimp without specifying any paths (#include <assimp.hpp>), however Assimp contains file called assert.h, which's filename matches standard assert.h, therefore when I want to include standard assert.h (#include <assert.h>) it includes Assimp's one and I get a lot of errors.
How to resolve this issue, to include both assert.h without issues?
Thank you in advance.
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Posted 20 March 2012 - 07:41 AM
As given in the installation instructions, the include path should be set to assimp/include, and as given in the sample files, you include the files as #include <assimp/whatever.h>. Note that the include path has an additional subdirectory named assimp which shall not be included in the include-path, but has to be included in the #include statement. There is no collision, since the Assimp headers are in their own subdirectory.