The path list is a convenient way of storing a number of directories, and when presented with a filename without a directory, searching for an existing file in those directories. Storing the filename only in an application's files and using a locally-defined list of directories makes the application and its files more portable.
Use the wxFileNameFromPath global function to extract the filename from the path.
Finds the value of the given environment variable, and adds all paths to the path list. Useful for finding files in the PATH variable, for example.
Adds the given directory to the path list, but does not check if the path was already on the list (use wxPathList::Member() for this).
Given a full filename (with path), ensures that files in the same path can be accessed using the pathlist. It does this by stripping the filename and adding the path to the list if not already there.
Searches for a full path for an existing file by appending file to successive members of the path list. If the file wasn't found, an empty string is returned.
Searches for a full path for an existing file by appending file to successive members of the path list. If the file wasn't found, an empty string is returned. This path may be relative to the current working directory.
true if the path is in the path list (ignoring case).ymasuda 平成17年11月19日