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I'm working on several projects with a similar directory structure. The following tip is useful in such a context.
Use the Windows subst
command to set the root path for the specified input files and for the output file path.
- subst i: <inputpath>
subst o: <outputpath>
In this way, to use a filter unchanged for the next project, all you have to do is change both the substitute drives.
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Another option is to use relative paths, as TextPipe allows paths to be specified relative to the current filter.
You can also embed environment variables in paths, such as
would insert the value of the environment string 'input_path'