Unresolved inclusions

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Hi all

I have used various c/c++ compilers for years but am a complete newbie when it comes to AVR32. I have the latest version with all the latest updates.. just a few days old. I can compile the example projects without a problem. I am trying to compile the ELUA project using the AVR windows environment. They do not recommend this but say it should work :( My problem is that AVR32 keeps telling me that I have unresolved includes. These files are present and the folders that they are in show in the include path :( if I shade in the name of the "missing" include I can right click and open it :?: any suggestions will be welcome.

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The paths are done via a directory listing in the IDE. According to Atmel docs the system should find all the include files automatically. I have managed to get it to compile by taking all of the h files from the various folders and placing them all in one folder. This is not ideal but does work. I am still looking for some documentation explaining how include files should be setup in AVR32