Creates a filename from a series of elements using the correct separator for filenames.
On Unix, this function behaves identically to
(G_DIR_SEPARATOR_S, first_element, ....).
On Windows, it takes into account that either the backslash
\ or slash (
/) can be used as separator in filenames, but
otherwise behaves as on UNIX. When file pathname separators need
to be inserted, the one that last previously occurred in the
parameters (reading from left to right) is used.
No attempt is made to force the resulting filename to be an absolute path. If the first element is a relative path, the result will be a relative path.
This function is not directly available to language bindings.
The first element in the path.
The data is owned by the caller of the function. The value is a file system path, using the OS encoding.
Remaining elements in path, terminated by