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Hello, I'm learning GTK , and would like to use Codeblocks, and/or KDEvelop, and compile my c files using that, but always get an error about gtk/gtk.h not found, but ...
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    Hello, I'm learning GTK , and would like to use Codeblocks, and/or KDEvelop, and compile my c files using that, but always get an error about gtk/gtk.h not found, but can't figure out how to add the commands... I normally type gcc -o Program1 main.c `pkg-config --libs --cflags gtk+-2.0` That's a lot to type every time to compile.. Isn't there an easier way, in KDevelop, Monodevelop, and/or Codeblocks to make this step quicker, by adding some sort of I-/usr/include commands, or something?? thanks in advance, =). I looked online for some results, but didn't come across anything handy..

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    Well, there's a simpler solution and that's to use bash's alias facility. Put into your .bashrc file|:

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    alias compile="gcc \`pkg-config gtk+-2.0 --cflags --libs\` -o "
    and then you can compile any gtk program by typing "compile output input.c"
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