On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 10:26 AM, Ralf Corsepius <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Well did you just have some coke or was it Coke, tIM?
Of course people should be free to name files with their choice of
capitalization, and the OS should respect whatever capitalization was
used when the file was created.
OS/2's HPFS and JFS does that... YET, it makes file open requests
case-insentitive, so it preserves whatever original capitalization (or
you used when you created the file, but when it
comes to opening the file (typing the name on a file requester or
command line), A_Bottle_of_coke.txt or A_bottle_of_Coke.txt or
A_BOTTLE_OF_COkE.txt are exactly the same, you get to open the
A_Bottle_of_Coke.txt that is present on the file system.
If you get what I mean...
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