In fact / should split or raise an exception.
On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 12:51 PM, Stephane Ducasse
> I want to know the path from a given point in a path
> for example
> asFileReference path
> relativeToPath: (Path /
> should give me 'Chapters/Scheme.pillar'
> as in the example in the method
> (Path / 'griffle' / 'plonk' / 'nurp')
> relativeToPath: (Path / 'griffle')
> returns plonk/nurp
> But I got
> Path * '..' / 'Users' / 'ducasse' / 'Workspace' / 'FirstCircle' /
> 'MyBooks' / 'Bk-Writing' / 'PharoBooks' / 'Booklet-AMiniSchemeInPharo'
> / 'Chapters' / 'Scheme.pillar'
> and I do not understand. I can do it doing string manipulation but it defeats
> the purpose to have a nice library.
> Any hints?