Tcl_SplitPath(path, argcPtr, argvPtr)
char * Tcl_JoinPath(argc, argv, resultPtr)
- char *path (in)
File path in a form appropriate for the current platform (see the filename reference page for acceptable forms for path names).
- int *argcPtr (out)
Filled in with number of path elements in path.
- char ***argvPtr (out)
*argvPtr will be filled in with the address of an array of pointers to the strings that are the extracted elements of path. There will be *argcPtr valid entries in the array, followed by a NULL entry.
- int argc (in)
Number of elements in argv.
- char **argv (in)
Array of path elements to merge together into a single path.
- Tcl_DString *resultPtr (in/out)
A pointer to an initialized Tcl_DString to which the result of
Tcl_JoinPath()will be appended.
These procedures may be used to disassemble and reassemble file paths in a platform independent manner: they provide C-level access to the same functionality as the file split, file join, and file pathtype commands.
int argc; char *path; char **argv; ... Tcl_SplitPath(string, &argc, &argv);
Then you should eventually free the storage with a call like the following:
Tcl_Free((char *) argv);
If the result of
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