[Ecls-list] Xmas fixes
marcoxa at cs.nyu.edu
Thu Jan 8 09:30:02 UTC 2004
I just got confused, given that you wrote SI::GETCWD and SI::CHDIR.
On Thursday, Jan 8, 2004, at 12:18 America/New_York, Juan Jose
> On Thursday 08 January 2004 17:42, Marco Antoniotti wrote:
>>> + New function SI::GETCWD returns the current working directory of
>> Is this exported or not? Doe it return a pathname?
> Yes, it is exported from the SYSTEM (or SI) package and it always
> returns a
> pathname object.
>>> + SI::CHDIR now takes a boolean as a second argument:
>>> (SI::CHDIR new-directory &optional update-d-p-d)
>>> If update-d-p-d is true, then *DEFAULT-PATHNAME-DEFAULTS* takes is
>>> to the
>>> truename of the new working directory.
>> Same here. Is it exported?
> Same as SI::GETCWD: it is exported and it returns a pathname
> corresponding to
> the current directory before it is changed.
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