From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-29 12:12:56
on Wed Aug 29 2007, "Paul A Bristow" <pbristow-AT-hetp.u-net.com> wrote:
> PS We still need to resolve WHY the original submission rules said "No uppercase".
> "These requirements ensure file and directory names are relatively portable"
> Are those requirements still valid on some platform?
They are, on case-insensitive filesystems. If you make a file called
"Axe.hpp" and then do #include "axe.hpp", it will work on your Windows
machine under VC++, but will break when someone compiles on linux.
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