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Author htnieman
Recipients htnieman
Date 2015-08-21.11:20:18
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Lib\ uses '{installed_base}/Include'
as the include directory on Windows, 

Lib\distutils\ uses 
elif == "nt":
        return os.path.join(prefix, "include")

which is normally harmless because windows file systems
are case-preserving, but case-ignoring, but it leads to
a warning from pyinstaller:

The directory referred to has a lowercase i (on my machine).

In my opinion both modules should use the spelling
that the installer uses when creating the directories.
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