[tex-k] Possible mini-bug in kpathsea/absolute.c?
jdg at polya.uklinux.net
Mon Mar 27 20:18:09 CEST 2006
Lines 46-53 of absolute.c contain a conditional test for AMIGA which
/* Leading / is like `../' on Unix and DOS. Allow Unix syntax,
too, though, because of possible patch programs like
`UnixDirsII' by Martin Scott. */
&& IS_DIR_SEP (*filename) || 0
#endif /* AMIGA */
&& (*filename == '.' && (IS_DIR_SEP (filename)
|| (filename == '.' && IS_DIR_SEP (filename))));
Shouldn't the line before the #endif read:
&& IS_DIR_SEP (*filename) || 1
so that the rest of the test can succeed, which is what the description
says it should?
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