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Author John15321
Recipients John15321, arhadthedev
Date 2022-03-30.12:44:01
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But shouldn't it just work with `//` as a `/`? It seems like this is the behavior elsewhere. Sure I get that it cannot be done for 3.8. But the new error message implies that either `//` is not a subpath of `/` which it is, or that one is relative and the other is absolute, which is also false because both are absolutes
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