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 package org.apache.maven.configuration;
 
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A path translator that resolves relative paths against a specific base directory.

Author(s):
Benjamin Bentmann
    private final File basedir;

    
Creates a new path translator using the specified base directory.

Parameters:
basedir The base directory to resolve relative paths against, may be null to disable path translation.
    public BasedirBeanConfigurationPathTranslatorFile basedir )
    {
        this. = basedir;
    }
    public File translatePathFile path )
    {
        File result = path;
        if ( path != null &&  != null )
        {
            if ( path.isAbsolute() )
            {
                // path is already absolute, we're done
            }
            else if ( path.getPath().startsWith. ) )
            {
                // drive-relative Windows path, don't align with base dir but with drive root
                result = path.getAbsoluteFile();
            }
            else
            {
                // an ordinary relative path, align with base dir
                result = new Filenew Filepath.getPath() ).toURI().normalize() ).getAbsoluteFile();
            }
        }
        return result;
    }
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