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CLI: When on Windows, print Windows path separator `\` instead #835

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@summivox summivox commented Jan 31, 2016

reason: consistency; passing test

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@vendethiel vendethiel commented Jan 31, 2016

Breaks the build

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@summivox summivox commented Jan 31, 2016

Ah damn. It seems that I have used APIs available only in the newer Node versions, namely path.posix.join.

Question: Would you fix the test to include windows separator \, or make CLI output / ?

@summivox summivox force-pushed the summivox:fix-cli-path-sep branch from e45a7fb to 4071764 Feb 1, 2016
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@summivox summivox commented Feb 1, 2016

@vendethiel : phew, now it passes even on node v0.10.x. Shouldn't have taken new Node APIs for granted ;)

@summivox summivox changed the title always use POSIX path sep `/` even under Windows CLI: When on Windows, print Windows path separator `\` instead Feb 1, 2016
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CLI: When on Windows, print Windows path separator `\` instead
@vendethiel vendethiel merged commit 9127329 into gkz:master Feb 1, 2016
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@vendethiel vendethiel commented Feb 1, 2016

Thanks!

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