[physfs] physfs tutorial
robbyd at p9i.com
Thu Jan 15 14:26:23 EST 2004
In my case, the program am working on is a cygwin port of a server daemon.
Since cygwin is a psuedo-UNIX environment, I thought that '/' would be the
most logical under that environment.
Sorry for the message flood. :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Hook" <hook_l at pyrogon.com>
To: <physfs at icculus.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2004 2:09 PM
Subject: Re: [physfs] physfs tutorial
> Note that in test_physfs, it's not escaped, though.
I thought escapes were a construct of C strings, not of a library? Or
did you mean something else?
> There was discussion about making Cygwin builds use '/' as a path
> seperator to make them "Unix-like", but I'm not sure I think that's
> right for gamers
Um, yeah, "gamers" and "Cygwin"...not something I see as going
together all that often. That said, I'd lean towards '/' for Cygwin
since if someone is committed to Cygwin, hell, they're gonna be pretty
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