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use-process-current-directory: preference variable

Default value: 1

If the use-process-current-directory variable is 1, the default, Epsilon for Windows 95/98/ME and its concurrent process will share a common current directory. Changing the current directory in Epsilon will change the current directory for the process, and vice versa. If the variable is 0, Epsilon and its concurrent process will use independent current directories.

Under Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista, Epsilon tries to retrieve the process's current directory and use it as the default directory for the process buffer, but it only affects Epsilon's current directory (set with Alt-x cd) if this variable is set to 2. Epsilon never tries to set the process's current directory.

Under Unix, Epsilon tries to retrieve the process's current directory and use it as the default directory for the process buffer, but it doesn't affect Epsilon's current directory (set with Alt-x cd), and Epsilon never tries to set the process's current directory.

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