ooRexx 3.1.1 and Windows XP, service pack 2.
Sysini is for the Windows operating system only. The first parameter is:
The name of the INI file with which you would like to work. The default is WIN.INI.
However, a file name only does not seem to work. For example, if I pass a file name, such as, "test.ini", which is in the current directory, then the sysini routine cannot find the file. But if I pass ".\test.ini" then the sysini routine can find the file.
The behavior of sysini seems to be consistent with operating systems, such as, Linux which do not consider the current directory to be in the path of a file specification. However, sysini is for the Windows operating system. A file specification (file name only) for a file in the current directory should be found without a directory specification as part of the file path.