The filesystem scope specifies the root file to be used for path resolution. Filesystem scopes are implicitly created by some of the file link types. Filesystem scopes always start at volume roots. A filesystem scope may be local or global.
Filesystem scopes are used within packages to resolve file links and file types correctly.
..) of a package root file does not exist when respecting the filesystem scope. It does exist when the filesystem scope is ignored.
.) and parent (
..) selectors separated by slashes (
/). It starts with either a filename,