From: Erik Laumb Jensen (erik_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-01-25 11:02:14
Dont't forget that you should support foreign file systems on any
platform as well, ie. FAT16, NTFS etc. on Linux, ext2 on NT etc.
Windows does support file systems with case-sensitive (not only
preserving) names although NTFS and FAT32 (and probably most
programs) does not.
> Eh ... partially true. While the NTFS file system is case-perserving
> it is not case-sensitive. You can create Foo.txt and the case will be
> perserved but you cannot create foo.txt in the same directory.
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