I’ve noticed that in parseAbsolutePath, when we encounter “./” at the beginning of the file we strip it off, but we
don’t prepend the current working directory. On unix systems “./” always refer to the current working directory.
If we leave it like this, i’m always getting the jassertfalse everytime i start my application if i start it from the terminal:
kraken@roxxorx ~/Projects/myapp/bin > ./myapp JUCE v1.51 JUCE Assertion failure in ../src/juce/juce_amalgamated.cpp, line 5957
and this is annoying when debugging with GDB cause it always stop to that assertion.
Isn’t more correct to treat “./” as current working directory instead of stripping it off ?