Create a platform dependent path name
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dir, subdir, …) pathname(<Root>,
dir, subdir, …)
pathname(dir, subdir, ...) returns a relative
path name valid on the used operating system.
pathname is used to specify pathnames via MuPAD® strings.
Directories and subdirectories are concatenated in a suitable way
creating a valid pathname for the currently used operating system.
For example, this mechanism may be used to specify the location of
library files independent of the platform.
In order to create valid path names for the operating systems
supported by MuPAD, the conventions holding for the corresponding
operating system must be complied with. In particular, the names must
not contain the characters “
\” or “
Compliance with these conventions is tested by
Under Microsoft® Windows®,
not allow to specify a volume to become part of the path name. Names
are always relative to the current volume.
UNIX® (Linux®/ Mac OS X)
UNIX (Linux/Mac OS X)
The following examples are created on a UNIX/Linux system:
pathname(Root, "lib", "linalg") . "det.mu"
Names of directories: character strings