I have a problem with the static File::getSpecialFileLocation() function, where it returns a weird, temporary looking filepath instead of the desired folder. It is probably an easy to fix issue or I’m not understanding the File-functions correctly
I’m using File::SpecialLocationType::currentApplicationFile() to return the folder where my application is in:
Using this on my machine (where I compile it) works all fine, windows and mac, always returns the correct folder. On some other machines this works fine aswell, but on some machines it returns something like this:
This looks like some weird temporary folder to me, which XCode / VisualStudio uses?
If i recompile it on one of those machines, it works there aswell. Feels like the path is “printed” in during compilation, but this couldn’t be it I guess?
Anyone any idea what I might be doing wrong?
Thanks in advance!