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1.why relative hint path but absolute reference path

I have a vs.net 2002 solution that contains a number of projects
All projects are created in folders under the solution folder.
The idea here is that this entire solution should be 'moveable' ie. copied
to and useable from a new directory or computer.
And it almost is.

One project makes reference to an existing .net dll that also exists in a
folder under the solution folder.
The project file shows a relative hint path to the dll ie
"..\..\dllFolder\my.dll"
If I move the solution to a new folder and the open solution from the new
location, the dll can no longer be found.  if i restore the original
solution folder, the dll is once again found.  so obviously, although the
project file includes a relative hint path, vs.net is in fact looking for
the dll at an absolute location.  This is causing headaches as this solution
cannot be 'passed around'  without re-adding the reference to this dll.

is there some setting somewhere to get the relative path used ?
there does not seem to be any problem using relative project references - is
there some trick using a dummy project to get this to work ?

gerry



2.Get machine name path from relative or absolute path

Hello, is it possible in C#.Net to get a path to a file in the form
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3.absolute path to relative path conversion

4.why relative hint path but absolute reference path

I have a vs.net 2002 solution that contains a number of projects
All projects are created in folders under the solution folder.
The idea here is that this entire solution should be 'moveable' ie. copied
to and useable from a new directory or computer.
And it almost is.

One project makes reference to an existing .net dll that also exists in a
folder under the solution folder.
The project file shows a relative hint path to the dll ie
"..\..\dllFolder\my.dll"
If I move the solution to a new folder and the open solution from the new
location, the dll can no longer be found.  if i restore the original
solution folder, the dll is once again found.  so obviously, although the
project file includes a relative hint path, vs.net is in fact looking for
the dll at an absolute location.  This is causing headaches as this solution
cannot be 'passed around'  without re-adding the reference to this dll.

is there some setting somewhere to get the relative path used ?
there does not seem to be any problem using relative project references - is
there some trick using a dummy project to get this to work ?

gerry






5.How to get absoulte path from relative path?

    Hi!
Consider string containing relative path,
may be with "\..\"and "\.\", with or without drive name, etc.

I looking for API routine that converts that arbitrary filepath to full
path,
based on current drive, current directories on all drives
and (bingo!) on any other filepath that is used as starting point.

Example: starting point = "d:data\configs\conf1.txt",
filepath = "..\images\img1.gif",
result = "d:\current-directory\data\images\img1.gif"

It should be something like FExpand function from Borland Pascal RTL
and fnmerge() from POSIX API.

Thanx in advance,
Ilya


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