On Wed, 2002-11-27 at 00:30, Dmitry Bely wrote:
> W3 don't work correctly when browsing local HTML hierachy on Win32
> machines; paths like "c:\something.html" are treated as relative,
> prepended to them and so W3 tries to download such files via
EFS. Here is a
> small patch to correct this behaviour:
Hmm, I wonder if there's a more generic way to do this using eg.
file-name-absolute-p and expand-file-name? Anyone?
Certainly under 21.4.10 there should be no reason to prepend /, indeed its
the wrong thing to do. file-truename or some such thing might help here.