I am writing my own code for the Arduino Uno. I compile my code with AVR-gcc, and then upload it with AVRdude. I am not using the Arduino software, but I do have it installed and working on my PC. I want to include some of the Arduino libraries in my project, like Wire.h for example.
I realise that I could either copy the source file to my current working directory or include the entire path, like:
#include "/usr/share/arduino/libraries/Wire/Wire.h" but the issue with that is
Stream.h which includes
Print.h which includes...you get the idea. These different libraries are not kept in the same place either. I would have to hunt up and down chains of files, copy them and then use them locally. This does not seem like a good option to me.
Including them like I normally would using the IDE doesn't work at all, which is not surprising.
So, how can I use these libraries in my project without all the pain of finding them manually?