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Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2013 19:31:51 -0500
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Subject: Re: [geda-user] Any new geda port for Windows?
From: Bob Paddock <bob DOT paddock AT gmail DOT com>
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> They showed signs of the inglorious  "/" vs "\"
> misapprehensions.

Replace all of the "\" and "\\" with a single "/" and it should work,
from looking at your bug report.

It is only the Windows command processor that has the "\" vs "/"
issues, as forward slashes were used to introduce options on the
command line.

In places like header include files #include "dog/cat.h", and I expect
Schem files, forward slashes work just fine as there is no ambiguity
about them introducing command line options.

Now if there really is a hard coded "d:" that is a different issue.

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