The nutpath command converts a Windows-style path name with forward slashes to a NuTCRACKER Platform-style path name (for example, with the drive letter specified as /D=/ rather than D:/).
The buffer that nutpath points to should be at least as large as the buffer that the specified path name points to. Buffers should be allocated with PATH_MAX+1 characters. By default, the output is the present working directory followed by the specified path. For example, if the present working directory is E:/TCL/UNIX, the command line:
would produce the following output:
If successful, nutpath returns TCL_OK. On failure, it returns TCL_ERROR and displays an error message.
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