Unix pathname -> DOS pathname

Roger René Kommer kommer@artefaktur.com
Mon Sep 21 15:22:00 GMT 1998

> > How can I convert a Unix pathname to a DOS pathname? Example:
> > 
> > from: /usr/local/myfile
> > 
> > to:   D:\local\myfile
> > 
> > (in the example /usr is mounted on D:)
> Hey, you just did!  (Sorry, couldn't resist.)
Actually it is more interessant, how to do it in shell scripts.
One possibility is to launch 
echo `cmd.exe /c cd`
to get the cwd in DOS/NT syntax, but the performance could be
Does anybody know a better solution?


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