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QuestionWhere do you place your #includes? Pin
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I used to place all my #include directives in the header files, for two reasons:
1) When using C++ I have classes to derive to and from, therefore my derived class must "know" its ancestors;
2) I like to use the header files as indexes of the source files: the information about which dependencies has a module is more useful in the header file, as I don't even have to look at the source code unless there are troubles.

I don't mix and match, so I always put all my #includes in the header file.

Now I'm using plain C for a project and I had to include a bulky header (<windows.h> in this instance) to access an API needed only inside that .c file (the rest of the code doesn't use windows APIs).

This made me doubt about the soundness of the choice of putting all #include directives in the header file: having the inclusions constrained in their own compilation units would speed up compilation time and create more separation between modules; on the other hand complex structures often include dozens of headers and the lower levels would benefit from the inclusions already managed by its dependancies.

What do you think about this issue? How do you normally operate?
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