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Default Is /usr/X11R6/include/ supposed to be in $CPATH

When I try to build certain non-openbsd packages I manually have to set CPATH to include /usr/X11R6/include for the makefiles to work.

Since the makefiles are made for generic os'es I assume that there is something wrong in my configuration.

I once had similar troubles with building ports in netbsd, I had the X-headers but when I made the ports, it did not find the X-headers. The error then, was that I had not installed with the option X11 distfiles.
Have I missed something similar in openbsd? How can I set this after the install.
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