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FYI: This has been opened as issue #49.
Does this break on Linux
It should. So that's a test suite coverage failure.
I think I have a fix, but I have a broader question:
Is there any reason to allow a raw volume like "C:" (no trailing slash) or "\\server\share" as a Path::Tiny "path"? Or should I be fixing those to have a trailing slash so they are properly understood as referencing the root directory of those volumes?
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In reply to Re: Path-Tiny-0.028 Path::Tiny on win32 turns C:/ or C:\ into C: / absolute / realpath are broken