Use path/filepath over hardcoded path separators.

Change tests to use `path/filepath` instead of `fmt` and hardcoded `/`
path separators.

Joining paths with `/` causes the tests to fail when run on windows because it's file path separator is `\`. Using `path/filepath` allows the code to join paths together using the system path separator without the code needing to know what the separator is.
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  3. homedir.go
  4. homedir_test.go


This is a Go library for detecting the user's home directory without the use of cgo, so the library can be used in cross-compilation environments.

Usage is incredibly simple, just call homedir.Dir() to get the home directory for a user, and homedir.Expand() to expand the ~ in a path to the home directory.

Why not just use os/user? The built-in os/user package requires cgo on Darwin systems. This means that any Go code that uses that package cannot cross compile. But 99% of the time the use for os/user is just to retrieve the home directory, which we can do for the current user without cgo. This library does that, enabling cross-compilation.