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In TWiki.cfg, line 126 it says:
# ---- All Windows paths use '/' not '\' for simplicity.
then, on line 163 it says
# to work (e.g. using the 'Index' link). Must NOT use '/' in pathnames
# as this upsets cmd.exe - single '\' is OK using Perl single-quoted string.


-- CrawfordCurrie - 22 Jan 2005

The latter comment relates to ActivePerl when using cmd.exe - the latter doesn't like '/' in paths, although the Windows API and almost all apps are happy with this.

ActivePerl is likely to become an unsupported platform very soon, due to Apache/ActivePerl bugs making it hard to get the new DevelopBranch sandbox code working. The path of TWikiOnWindows never did run smooth (pun intended smile )...

-- RichardDonkin - 26 Jan 2005

OK, thanks Richard. If you could check the sanity of the comments in the new TWiki.cfg (DEVELOP branch) I'd be grateful.

-- CrawfordCurrie - 11 Feb 2005

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