RAD Studio (Common)
Paths and Directories (C++)

ToolsOptionsEnvironment OptionsC++ OptionsPaths and Directories 

Use the Paths and Directories page to specify directories, compiler, and linker options for all packages.

Include Path  
Specifies the directories with header files used by default for C++ projects.  
Library Path  
Specifies where to find C++ header and library files for installed components and packages.  
Package output directory  
Specifies where the compiler should put compiled packages files.  
BPI / LIB output directory  
Specifies where package bpi and lib files are placed by default. The lib is a static library and the bpi is an import library. The default specified here can be overridden in individual packages by using the package options.  
Browsing path  
Specifies directories where the Code Browsing feature of the Code Editor searches for files when it cannot find an identifier on the project search path or source path.  
Restrict refactoring path  
Specifies the directories that you want to restrict from refactoring. For example, if you attempt to rename a symbol, and a reference is found in a file on one of the paths specified here, the refactoring ends with an error message.
Two built-in directories are automatically restricted from refactoring: $(BDS)\include\vcl and $(BDS)\include\dinkumware. These two paths restrict refactoring from VCL sources and the Dinkumware STL sources.
If you are using other third-party libraries (such as Boost), enter in this field the path where the library header files are located.  

Tip: You can enter a path relative to the RAD Studio root directory using the $(BDS)
environment variable.

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