anatoly techtonik email@example.com added the comment:
There should be one uniform behavior on all platforms if Python is crossplatoform.
As far as I can understand this issue - unix os.execv() requires "./" to be present to execute anything from current directory. On windows it is enough to specify just filename, but os.execv() doesn't work in this way - is that right and the issue is to make behavior of os.execv() like on windows?
The current behavior definitely needs to be documented.
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