I have another JS question - Using load() or the File object, is it
possible to read files in the script's current directory without specifying the full path, if the script is not in the SBBS exec directory?
Normally, I like to keep scripts that I develop in their own directory (not in the SBBS exec directory). However, if I use load() or the File class to open a file, specifying the current directory (i.e., file.open("./someFile.txt")), it is unable to load the file, even if it's
Similarly, when using load() to load another .js file in the same
directory, specifying "./" in the filename doesn't seem to work unless the scripts are in the SBBS exec directory.
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