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From: jimmythetulip19
Subject: [Resend]
Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2001 06:44:01 -0500

[Resend]  Was Not Able To Take Last Entry..  Please Fill Out Again.

Hey... We Haven't Talked In So Long!!  How Have You Been?
Thought I would Forward you this email!

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IF THE LINK IS NOT HIGHLIGHTED OR YOU CANNOT CLICK ON IT.
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Subject: problem  in [NSFileManager fileSystemRepresentationWithPath] on 
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e.g. path="/usr/GNUstep/System/Library"


  else if (c_path[0] == '/')
    {
      NSDictionary  *env;
      env = [[NSProcessInfo processInfo] environment];
      if ([env objectForKey: @"CYGWIN"])
        {
          /* FIXME: Find cygwin drive? */
          newpath = @"c:/cygwin";
          newpath = [newpath stringByAppendingPathComponent: path];
          newpath = [newpath stringByReplacingString: @"/" withString:
@"\\"];
        }
    }


I don't have an environment variable named CYGWIN in my CYGWIN bash! Even if
I would export it, my cygwin dir is e:/cygwin. I suggest to export
CYGWIN_HOME as home directory for cygwin:

  else if (c_path[0] == '/')
    {
      NSDictionary  *env;
      NSString      *cyghome;
      env = [[NSProcessInfo processInfo] environment];

      cyghome = [env objectForKey: @"CYGWIN_HOME"];
      if (cyghome)
        {
          /* FIXME: Find cygwin drive? */
          newpath = cyghome;
          newpath = [newpath stringByAppendingPathComponent: path];
          newpath = [newpath stringByReplacingString: @"/" withString:
@"\\"];
        }
    }

Michael



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