From: alex23 on
"W. eWatson" <wolftra...(a)> wrote:
> My claim is that if one creates a program in a folder that reads a file
> in the folder it and then copies it to another folder, it will read  the
> data file in the first folder, and not a changed file in the new folder.
> I'd appreciate it if some w7 users could try this, and let me know what
> they find.

On a fresh install of Win7 Ultimate, I created your program & the text
file in one folder, then copied the program both using ctrl-c/ctrl-v
and later ctrl-drag-&-drop. In both cases, the copied program *did
not* refer to the text file when executed:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "D:\projects\", line 1, in <module>
track_file = open("verify.txt")
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'verify.txt'

Whatever you seem to think you did, you didn't, or you're not
providing enough detail on what you did to repeat the behaviour.

I do agree with the sentiment that this isn't a Python issue.