C# - Calculating Relative Path Change?

Oct 6, 2010

Assuming I have a .css file with the following linebody { background-image: url('../images/bg.png') }My build process does some CSS magic and eventuall move this file from

This invalidates the url statement in the file and needs re-written to ../Content/images/bg.pngThis is my question - given the original file location, the new file location and the background-image url in the file is there a reusable way calculate a new relative path for the image?In case someone doesn't know css urls should be relative to the css file it is contained within.

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