>>>> "Jari" == Jari Aalto+mail emacs
Jari> I was hit by the fact that expand-file-name does not
Jari> work the same way as in Emacs. It returns the result in
Jari> backslash format in win32 and forward slashes in
Jari> Unix. This is a bit hard and ugly when I combine paths
XEmacs let's you control this behavior by means of variable
Works fine for me in a native Windows NT XEmacs (21.1 and 21.2-bxx).
Hope this helps,
Jari> always with forward slashes.
Jari> (expand that) + "path/here"
Jari> It also defeated In my code member and pushnew
Jari> tests now when everything was not in forward slash format.
Jari> Oh well...
Jari> In Emacs it always returns forward slashes which I think is
Jari> easy for a develooper.
Jari> Would it be possible to modify it so that expand-file-name had
Jari> an additional argument FORMAT that would control the path
Jari> By default it would return always forward slashes to regain
Jari> Emacs compatibility. With extra argument:
Jari> FORMAT 'native as OS default. In Win32 \ in Unix /
Jari> 'dos Explicit \ request
Jari> 'unix Explicit / request