With Boomerang, you can specify the -include option to tell Boomerang to send any preprocessor INCLUDE files that exist on the client to the server in case they are needed during the precompile. Do this by specifying the following command:
-include <pattern> <pattern...>
Since each preprocessor may have different syntax for specifying a preprocessor INCLUDE file, pattern is a sequence of case-insensitive strings that precede the name of the preprocessor INCLUDE file. The name of the INCLUDE file in the source file does not have to be enclosed in quotes, but if it is, it may be enclosed in single or double quotes.
For example, Pro*COBOL has the following syntax for a preprocessor INCLUDE file:
EXEC SQL INCLUDE SQLCA END-EXEC.
You specify the following Boomerang option:
-include EXEC SQL INCLUDE