[Pharo-users] pathSegments of workingDirectory?
david.i.richards.iii at gmail.com
Thu Feb 14 07:55:07 EST 2019
Your second example expression fails for 'workingDirectory':
FileLocator workingDirectory resolve pathSegments
It works fine for FileLocator home but not for FileLocator workingDirectory
Your first expression will produce the desired result, if en*source*lled
FileLocator workingDirectory pathString asFileReference pathSegments
This smells a lot like an edge case to me. But perhaps it is the Way of
On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 at 22:46, Sven Van Caekenberghe <sven at stfx.eu> wrote:
> > On 14 Feb 2019, at 03:56, David Richards <david.i.richards.iii at gmail.com>
> > Hi community,
> > Consider:
> > | file |
> > file := FileLocator workingDirectory .
> > file fullName .
> > "==> '/Users/dr/Documents/Pharo/images/Study (Pharo 7.0 - 64bit stable)'"
> > file pathSegments .
> > "==> #()"
> > How do we obtain path segments for the working directory?
> > Is this an edge case where pathSegments does not return a semantically
> consistent value?
> > Thanks
> > David
> A FileLocator is a bit special, it is usable, but not yet fully realised,
> more abstract.
> You can use resolve. Consider:
> FileLocator home pathString.
> FileLocator home resolve pathSegments.
> "#('Users' 'sven')"
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