<div>Anyone encounter an issue when using "os.getcwd()" in a Python CGI script called from an IIS 6.0 box?</div>
<div>Apparently the only thing that is ever returned is the root of the virtual directory the script is in. No matter how deep the script is nestled, you'll never end up with the actual current working directory of the script. This kills two of my apps that I'm migrating to version
6.0 so far. It appears to be broken, but then again, with my limited experience in IIS 6.0, there *could* be some setting in there that is causing this, but I doubt it.</div>
<div>Is there a workaround, or alternatively, is there another way to get the current working directory of the script being requested? I've tried a few things, but can't find something that is as "portable", without hardcoding at least one string somewhere!
<div>Thanks in advance!</div>
<div>-Sean K. Friese</div>