pathcommand so that file names in the
omh/getstarteddirectory can be both relative to both the
omhdirectory and the
getstarteddirectory. This is an advanced usage. In general, it is suggested one use file names relative to the root section instead of using the
is a delimiter sequence
directoryto the set of directories that OMhelp searches for files with file extension equal to
directoryis not a complete path specification , the path specification is relative to the directory where the file containing the root section is located.
adds the directory$path/c:\src/.cpp/$$ $path/c:\omwin\function/.mat/$$
c:\srcto the search path for input files that have the extension
.cpp, and the directory
c:\omwin\functionto the search path for input files that have the extension
.mat. The directories are searched in the order that they are specified by the
pathcommand. Note that input files are specified by the
childtable, and children commands.
pathcommand is special in that it persists for other sections and hence it sets the environment for the OMhelp.
Both the forward slash
/or the back slash
\can be used as a directory separator character. For example, the path commands above are equivalent to