char *getwd(char *path_name);
The getwd() function
determines an absolute path name of the current working directory
of the calling process, and copies that path name into the array
pointed to by the path_name argument.
Points to the buffer that is to hold the returned path.
Upon successful completion, a pointer to the string containing the
absolute path name of the current working directory is returned.
Otherwise, getwd() returns a null pointer and
the contents of the array pointed to
by path_name are undefined.
If the length of the path name of the current working directory is greater
than PATH_MAX+1 including the null byte,
getwd() fails and returns a null pointer.
Use one of the _NutPathTo()
family of functions to convert the returned path.
Path names are returned as multibyte sequences and are converted from Unicode (UTF-16)
before returning from Win32. The conversion is either performed based on the
current thread locale, set using uselocale() or the process locale
as set by a call to setlocale(), and overridden by _NutConf()
_NC_SET_ANSI_LOCALE and _NC_SET_UTF8_LOCALE options. Under all other
conditions, the multibyte sequences are considered to be from the ANSI code page for the current windows system locale.
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- _NutPathToNutc(), _NutPathToWin32(), _NutPathToWin32FS(), getcwd(), xlocale()
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