I stopped the app and searched for that file. A file created in this
way will always be created in the current directory. Although this
proves it, it's tedious. I would control your directory by always
using the -changeCurrentDirectoryPath: before any writing or reading.
Much better is to simply do what most people do and never use relative
paths for anything with anything ever.
The only time I would even consider touching these methods is if I was
integrating weird legacy code that relied on the working directory.
For new code I never write anything that uses relative paths.
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