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Re: [Gnash-dev] patch for curl_adapter.

From: Richard Wilbur
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] patch for curl_adapter.
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2009 14:43:02 -0600

On Tue, 2009-04-28 at 09:28 +0200, Andrea Palmatè wrote:

>  But next step is to understand how manage some
> resources. The case is:
> 1) Windows
> They have the first letter that is the drive and then there is a ":". So
> this is the drive. Simply
> 2) Unix like
> They have / that is the first char of a path. and then /usr is a
> physical path.
> 3) Amigaos
> We don't have nothing native related unix. For example we don't have
> getenv("HOME") but we use PROGDIR:. We have CURRDIR: that is the current
> dir and so on
> Our devices, or assigments are with variable length size. For example we
> could have "THISISMYDISK:" or, for example, "C:" that point to the
> command directory and that is an assign.
> We could have also an assignment or a disk called HTTP:...
> Luckily we have a lib that we use when compiling unix like program
> called -lunix that can convert from unix to amigaos and from amigaos to
> unix. Indeed if I use in the program /progdir, libunix convert it into
> PROGDIR: at runtime
> Now the question is.
> I'm sure (because 99,9% of unix program do so) that there is in the code
> something related getenv("HOME") (and i found it..) but iirc there is
> something related also on if (dir[0] != '/' && dir[1] == ':' ) then is a
> windows drive.
> How can I manage it?

What about:

if (dir[0] != '/' && dir[0] != '\0' && dir[strlen(dir) - 1] == ':') then
it is either a M$ drive-spec or a native AmigaOS drive-spec.

Is your goal to detect a native M$ AmigaOS drive-spec?


Richard Wilbur

P.S.  I still have a couple Amiga's I haven't unpacked since our last
move :>)

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