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bufed-show-absolute-path: preference variable
Default value: 0
Set this variable to
1 if you want the bufed window to display
the absolute pathname of each file. A setting of
0 makes Epsilon
display a relative path. Under Windows, a setting of
Epsilon display the 8.3 form of the file name.
3 makes Epsilon always display the base name of the file
first, then the directory portion inside square brackets.
4 combines options
3. For files that can
be shown with a relative path (those within the current directory set
by the cd command, or its subdirectories), bufed shows a
relative pathname, followed by the name of the current directory
inside square brackets. For other files, bufed shows the full
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