Author r.david.murray
Recipients ezio.melotti, loewis, pitrou, r.david.murray
Date 2009-05-03.22:22:05
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On Sun, 3 May 2009 at 17:36, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
> As for the "C:" behaviour, I think it is normal: you are not specifying
> the path itself, only the drive letter, so it uses the current path in
> the specified drive (which /is/ cwd if you are already running from C:,
> but may be something else if running from another drive).

It is normal behavior for Windows.  Try it with the 'dir' command
in a command window.  (That said, I have no idea, not being a
Windows user, how Windows decides what the 'current' directory
is on any given drive from any given context).
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