File Path/Name Problem
gbrackett at luceatlux.com
Mon Dec 19 14:23:28 EST 2005
Alternatively, you can use a backslash (\) to force the OS X
operating system to treat the next character as a character only.
I've forgotten what this is called, but it also allows you to deal
with paths that have spaces in them (like /Applications/My App/ can
be handled by using /Applications/My\ App/). In other words, if you
know a / is NOT a directory indicator, change it to \/ .
On Dec 19, 2005, at 9:43 AM, Thierry Arbellot wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> replace the "/" with a ":" in "Import/Export", it should work.
> On 2005, Dec 19, , at 15:23, David Burgun wrote:
>> In MacOS X, it is possible to have file/folder names that contain
>> a "/" character. For instance for Photoshop, in the plug-ins
>> folder, there is a folder called "Import/Export". If you try to
>> use the path for a file inside this folder, it causes a problem in
>> RunRev because it thinks that the Export folder is a folder inside
>> the Import folder as apposed to one folder that is called "Import/
>> Anyone have any tips for handling this?
>> Thanks a lot
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