From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-18 13:45:08
> Okay, it's time to ask again: do we still need to enforce the
> 31-character limit on filenames? AFAIK, we have this for MacOS 9, only.
> Is that platform still significant for Boost users?
After reading the other posts, I sort of agree with 31 char limit.
But, when archiving/backing up to CD, I always use a .zip or .tarball -
so this wouldn't affect me at all.
Do people back up boost "raw" files?
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