|try using a relative folder?|
|So, compilers like relative folders??|
|I can not seem to get the environment variable to work...|
|I know there is some wx-config.exe port for windows too|
|Not sure if they do actually prefer them, but I'm almost sure they accept them.|
And, yes, your error lies in that line.
I've written all above messages from mobile so let me explain why I thought of this, now:
The exact command -I you have there (-I/C\wxWidgets\include) means:
Add an Include directory, and let it be C\wxWidgets\include
But as it doesn't exist, it is ignored?
As it is ignored, it cannot find wx/wx.h inside that folder.
Isn't there any project for wxWidgets to be compiled?
Because it seems like you're having lots of troubles.
Also remember you cannot make a library with GCC if you won't compile your entire program with GCC
gcc.exe? It compiles both C and C++, so I assume you mean that the include directory needs to be put under the C compiler; additional search paths option.
|Cannot make a library with GCC if I don't compile the program with GCC?|
|Also remember you cannot make a library ...|