Marc Alff a écrit, Le 22.03.2010 10:58:
> I meant to use "./f", so it should be FN_CURLIB
> The problem here is that "CURLIB" and "HOMELIB" are just names that
> means nothing, at least to me.
LIB, I don't know what it means (LIBrary?). I assume CUR is for "the
CURrent directory" (".") and HOME for "the HOME directory" ("~" under
Unix at least).
> I guess next time I will keep a plain and simple hard coded ".", at
> least everyone knows what it is ...
I *imagine* FN_CURLIB was introduced so that if one day there is a
platform Z where the current directory is represented by "%", we can
define FN_CURLIB to % and all code which uses FN_CURLIB will still work.
Like FN_LIBCHAR is / on Unix and \ on Windows.