Project Folder Pathname

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TychoBraheProdu...
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Does anyone know what the pathname on the link is to access a project from a program? I want to use binary files in a program, but the link automatically starts the directory at /usr/sbin.

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mklein
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I don´t understand what you mean. How do you want to use the binary files?
Which link starts with /usr/sbin/?

But here is the what a project looks like on the link:
/kovan/bin/[PROJECT_NAME]/: Here are your executables.(They contain a main method.)
/kovan/archieves/[PROJECT_NAME]: The project´s kar(KissARchive). (https://github.com/kipr/libkar)
/kovan/archieves/[PROJECT_NAME]/: Your project´s header files.
/kovan/lib/[PROJECT_NAME]/: Here are the libraries of your project.(They are NOT executable and don´t contain a main method.)

TychoBraheProdu...
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What I meant is that I wanted to use binary files as a sort of data files like for image storage, since they're so simple to use. I know where I need to look now though. I thought that the compiler also compiled folders and I wanted to know where they were stored in the Link's memory, so that I could have a proper pathname. Turns out that doesn't work, so I can just read the files through a usb, Thanks though.

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