Method category index
file name management (class)
file operations (class)
reading system defaults (class)
Answer the name of a file named `fileName' which resides in a directory named `directory'.
Answer (as a Character) the character used to separate directory names
Answer (in a String) the character used to separate directory names
Invoke #allFilesMatching:do: on the current working directory.
Create a directory named dirName and answer it.
Create an empty directory whose name starts with prefix and answer it.
Answer the current working directory, not following symlinks.
Change the current working directory to dirName.
Answer the path to GNU Smalltalk's executable installation prefix
Answer the path to the user's home directory
Answer the path to GNU Smalltalk's image file
Answer the path in which a local version of the GNU Smalltalk kernel's Smalltalk source files were searched when the image was created.
Answer the path to GNU Smalltalk's auxiliary executables
Answer the path to the GNU Smalltalk kernel's Smalltalk source files. Same as `Directory kernel' since GNU Smalltalk 3.0.
Answer the path to GNU Smalltalk's dynamically loaded modules
Answer the path to GNU Smalltalk's installation prefix
Answer the path to the installed Smalltalk kernel source files.
Answer the path in which temporary files can be created. This is read from the environment, and guessed if that fails.
Answer the base path under which file for user customization of GNU Smalltalk are stored.