Returns a pointer to the filename portion of a path.
Finds out the filename portion of a completely specified file path. Both
`\' and `/' are recognized as directory separators under DOS and Windows.
However, only `/' is recognized as directory separator under other
allegro_message("Running `%s'\n", get_filename(name));
Note that Allegro won't perform any IO operations during the verification.
This means that if you have `/a/path/like/this/', which doesn't have a
filename, the function will return a pointer to the trailing null
character. However, if you have `/a/path/like/this', Allegro will return
a pointer to `this', even if it is a valid directory.
Returns a pointer to the portion of `path' where the filename starts, or
the beginning of `path' if no valid filename is found (eg. you are
processing a path with backslashes under Unix).
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