Relative path

Hi,

Does Radiance recognizes the use of "../" to indicate an upper-level
directory when referencing a file?

Thanks a lot
Hani

Hani

I think it does but you still need the leading "." in your RAYPATH
environment variable or the ".." will not be relative to your current
directory. Can't test right now, though.

Regards,
Thomas

Actually, an path beginning with '.' or '/' is taken as explicit, so no need for '.' in your RAYPATH search variable.

-Greg

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From: Thomas Bleicher <[email protected]>
Date: December 16, 2013 10:46:07 AM PST

Hani

I think it does but you still need the leading "." in your RAYPATH environment variable or the ".." will not be relative to your current directory. Can't test right now, though.

Regards,
Thomas

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From: Hani Saab <[email protected]>
Date: December 16, 2013 9:56:00 AM PST

Hi,

Does Radiance recognizes the use of "../" to indicate an upper-level directory when referencing a file?

Thanks a lot
Hani