Fwd: XDG Base directory specification
richard at tartarus.org
Wed Jun 4 00:15:00 EEST 2003
On Tue, 2003-06-03 at 17:20, Jonathan Blandford wrote:
> "If the directory appears to be a valid directory name but isn't
> available, the program should make a good-faith effort to access it
> during the lifetime of the program. It should let the user know about
> any problems that it runs into while trying to save. If the directory
> name itself isn't valid, then the default environment is used."
This would mean that if i made the typo of missing off the initial "/"
in the path, I would get a different error message from accidentally
doubling a character inside the path.
These seem like the same kind of error to me - I don't see the need to
treat one differently to the other.
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