How to add "additional include directories" of VDSP in form of RELATIVE (instead of absolute) path, when use the "browse" button to specify paths?
We can include search directories or specify directory paths searched the local library file using the option "Additional include directories" from "Project Options: Link: LDF Preprocessing: Additional include directories
The only way to use relative paths is to either enter or modify the paths by hand.
To enter path relative to the project directory in the properties page, please enter something like .\somedir. The "." is interpreted as the project directory.Please refer the attached screenshots.
Another method is to add the Library Search Path to the "Project Options: Link: General: Search Directories" (rather than adding it using the "-L" switch in 'Additional options'), then just add the name of the library "xxxx.dlb" in the Linker 'Additional Options' field.Then add the .DLB file to the 'Linker Files' folder of your VisualDSP++ Project. This can be done via 'Project'->'Add 'File(s)' to Project'-> then selecting "Archive Files (*.dlb)" in the 'Files of type' field. Then, simply browse to, and select, the Library File you want included in the Link.
For more information search for "Linking Library Functions" in the VDSP help path.
This is available at help > contents > Manuals > software tool manuals > C/C++ Compiler and Library Manual for Blackfin® Processors > 3 C/C++ Run-Time Library > C and C++ Run-Time Library Guide > Linking Library Functions