On 3月30日, 上午9时21分, "Bret Pettichord" <bpettich... / gmail.com> wrote:
> I just had to work on some code that ran into trouble, because Ruby
> uses "/" to separate folders, but the path was being passed to a
> separate command (using system) that expected Window's paths to use
> "\".
>
> C:\Users\bret>irb
> irb(main):001:0> File.join "foo", "bar"
> => "foo/bar"
> irb(main):002:0>
>
> I told my collegues that instead of using File.join, they should just
> use + "\\" +
> But this got me to wondering what the point of File.join was if you
> couldn't trust it to construct paths correctly (unless you were sure
> that the path was only going to be used by other ruby commands).
>
> Is there a rationale? Is there a different library that i should be
> using instead?
>
> bret

Windows NT support '/' but not win98 or DOS.