# [Issue 2552] std.path.isabs broken for Windows

http://d.puremagic.com/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=2552


------- Comment #2 from jarrett.billings...@gmail.com  2009-01-02 19:48 -------
It's tricky.  Windows accepts such paths, and they are absolute to the current
drive, but relative to the entire filesystem.  Since the same path (like
"\foo\bar\baz.txt") can refer to different files based on what the current
drive is set to, I guess it's still relative, in which case Phobos is right.

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