The system_unix2local function converts a specified UNIX-style path name to a local file system path name. Use this function when you have a file name in the UNIX format (such as one containing forward slashes), and you need to access a file on another system such as Windows. You can use system_unix2local to convert the UNIX file name into the format that Windows accepts. In the UNIX environment this function does nothing, but may be called for portability.
char *system_unix2local(char *path, char *lp);
A pointer to the local file system path string.
char *path is the UNIX-style path name to be converted.
char *lp is the local path name.
You must allocate the parameter lp, and it must contain enough space to hold the local path name.
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