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Sun, 06 Mar 2005 19:27:15 +0000
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[Not seen on list after 44 hours, so reposted.]
Regarding the win32 "Path" discussions. I noticed that even though my
system environment variable is called "PATH". When I type "set" in a
cmd.exe, I still see "Path" as the variable name. This is how it
appears in the 3.81 beta make as well I noticed.
I wonder how it is possible to really end up with "PATH" for the
I looked in the registry, and in
there is PATH!
controlset002 and controlset003 are the same. I wonder where this
"Path" spelling comes from?
smss.exe is the first process spawned on win2k (Windows NT Session
Manager), that has "Path" as it's environment variable spelling too
I notice. As does every child process of smss.exe (which is launched
Re: win32 "Path", Alessandro Vesely, 2005/03/07
- win32 "Path",
J. Grant <=