win32 user directory
Ryan C. Gordon
icculus at clutteredmind.org
Tue Aug 28 23:13:56 EDT 2001
> Windows NT/2k has a user directory, it is defined by concatenating the
> environment variables HOMEDRIVE and HOMEPATH. This should definately be
> added to the win32 version.
> Often people do define a HOME environment variable anyway. Maybe this
> should be used first.
Not a bad idea.
I've committed to CVS a version that uses the HOME variable if it's
defined. If not, it uses $HOMEDRIVE\$HOMEPATH, and failing that, it'll use
the fallback rules (basedir\username).
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