Well, you never know when you've got
There's no information missing. The source is on CPAN.
Feel free to check it. You'll find the same thing.
I meant information missing from the OP's post. Why would you think I meant
information missing from the module? That makes no sense!
I can't imagine why the code would
change only the first part of the path to "\\". So I
Probably because you think something was changed. It's
what you get when you place a path seperator between '' and '/foo/go/do'.
That's fine on unix, but not on Windows.
No, I meant that given the text he fed it, "/foo/go/do", and assuming
the module was doing what it was supposed to, I couldn't imagine why would it
return "\\foo\go\do". The module actually does attempt to identify
UNC pathnames (\\server\path\path), as well as drive letters (D:\Windows), and
simple root folders (\users\me); so since the module is returning the text it
is, it did not seem unreasonable to ask the OP if there is a server involved.
It seems a bug like this surely would have been noticed before.
It was only later, when I started studying the code, that I realized exactly
what you just described -- that it may be trying to concatenate '' and an
existing path. Version 3.33 has some reasonably intelligent checks for that and
seems to work correctly. But the code is a little hairy to follow and I just
don't have time to break it all down.
Anyway, I've been playing with version
3.33, the current version, on Vista and I'm not seeing the OP's
What did you get, then?
I got the correct and expected results: