is there anybody left? :-)
Actually I'm restoring old software and writing some new. But there is
one question left which I cannot remember after the years since my busy
phase of programming OS-9 and C and Ultra-C:
How long should I declare a string containing a full pathname for file handling? Best to mention here: this path may be a path over NFM in my OS-9/NET (in the future with OS-9/NET-Bridges like /n0/apollo/n1/neptune/dd/CMDS/BOOTOBJS/...).
String buffer storage space for full pathnames should be dynamically allocated.
I believe the MAXPATHLEN is 1024 bytes.
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