|Purpose:||Find the full, true path and file name for a file|
See also: The @TRUENAME variable function.
Network reassignments, junctions, symbolic links, and the SUBST command can obscure the true name of a file. TRUENAME "sees through" these obstacles and reports the fully qualified name of a file.
A leading ~\ or ~/ will be interpreted as the current user's home directory.
The following example uses TRUENAME to get the true pathname for a file:
[c:\] subst d: c:\util\test
[c:\] truename d:\test.exe