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Old 10-21-2003, 10:55 AM   #1
TheMaXX
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program that generates relative paths?


Hey all,
I need a program that, given a target directory, will spit out a relative path from the current directory to the target. The output I'm looking for is something like "../../../" Of course, the current directory has to be further down the tree than the target for this to work.

Does anyone know of such a utility?

Thanks,
George
 
Old 10-21-2003, 03:17 PM   #2
ksun
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Actually, if the target were in a lower directory, you could get that to work as easily, I would think.

This doesn't really seem to me like an executable program you are talking about as much as just doing some script writing. What is your level of experience with linux? You could probably write it up yourself by looking at some scripting tutorials.
 
  


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