[PD] [openpanel]/[savepanel] directory, [cd]

Rich E reakinator at gmail.com
Thu May 29 08:57:03 CEST 2008

> it does and it has been discussed multiple times on this list:
> sending a command to the [shell] will start a new process (shell), run
> the command and quit. like it should be, child processes do not modify
> parent processes and siblings.

Ah.  This makes sense.

> i am not sure what you would like to achieve with [pwd] or [cd]
> that is: if you could manage with [pwd] and [cd], why can't you do so
> with the current absolute/relative path in [openpanel]?

I was just looking for a quick hack to get my patches working that try to
open up a specific directory using [openpanel].  But I guess the real
solution is making [openpanel]/[savepanel] relative to the patch it they
live in.  I don't really know how this would work for an
[openpanel]/[savepanel] within an abstraction.

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