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Don't refer to ~/.emacs.d/ directly. #900

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jcpetkovich commented Mar 21, 2015

This is mostly a style thing, since I think it would probably be a lot
of effort getting spacemacs working on windows smoothly. But it is also
a first step towards a "try out spacemacs" script that doesn't require
someone to move their ~/.emacs.d around.

Don't refer to ~/.emacs.d/ directly.
This is mostly a style thing, since I think it would probably be a lot
of effort getting spacemacs working on windows smoothly. But it is also
a first step towards a "try out spacemacs" script that doesn't require
someone to move their `~/.emacs.d` around.
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syl20bnr commented Mar 24, 2015

Well spotted !
the beginning forward slash is not needed when using concat with the directory variable, I saw that we had some at various places, I corrected them.

Thank you !
Cherry-picked in develop, you can safely delete your branch.

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