Then I do not get why / is expecting a string and cannot accept a path.

Then I do not get why we have paths.
Stef


On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 8:22 PM, Stephane Ducasse
<stepharo.s...@gmail.com> wrote:
> HI
>
> I have the following scenario:
>
> '/Users/ducasse/Workspace/FirstCircle/MyBooks/Bk-Writing/PharoBooks/Booklet-AMiniSchemeInPharo/_result'
> asFileReference /
> 'book.pillar'
>
>>>>
>  "File @ 
> /Users/ducasse/Workspace/FirstCircle/MyBooks/Bk-Writing/PharoBooks/Booklet-AMiniSchemeInPharo/_result/book.pillar"
>
> ok it works.
>
> I want to update the contents of a target folder only if a file is
> missing or too old compared to a source.
>
> The idea is that I have a target folder and I need to know if a file
> located in the source tree should be copied under the target.
> So I compute the difference from the root of the source to the file
> and I want to apply this path to the target to check some file
> properties.
>
> now I do not understand how I can get the following working:
>
>  
> '/Users/ducasse/Workspace/FirstCircle/MyBooks/Bk-Writing/PharoBooks/Booklet-AMiniSchemeInPharo/_result'
> asFileReference
> /
>
>  
> ('/Users/ducasse/Workspace/FirstCircle/MyBooks/Bk-Writing/PharoBooks/Booklet-AMiniSchemeInPharo/book.pillar'
> asFileReference path)
>  relativeTo: 
> ('/Users/ducasse/Workspace/FirstCircle/MyBooks/Bk-Writing/PharoBooks/Booklet-AMiniSchemeInPharo'
> asFileReference path)
>
>
> Stef

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