From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-15 05:44:23
Glen Knowles wrote:
>> This is also a way we could solve the whole problem of absolute
>> paths. It's clear that "/foo" isn't an absolute native windows path.
> This is not at all clear. I have and will contain to argue that
> "/foo" is an absolute windows path, since it does not respect the
> current directory.
You can argue that only because you are using the ill-defined term
"absolute" to mean "not relative to the current directory _only_, but
possibly relative to some other global per-process state".
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