> From: Konstantin Khomoutov <flatw...@users.sourceforge.net>

> What I'm leading you to, is that, IMO, trying to fight this behaviour
> relied upon by so many pieces of software is counter-productive except
> for very special and isolated cases.
> So I'd rather fix the project you're working on to have portable
> filenames (say, all_lowercase or ConsistentlyCamelCased etc).

My observation is that even if you're working on Unix (which
consistently distinguishes filename case), it's asking for trouble to
have two files whose names only differ by case -- the computer is
case-sensitive, but *humans* are not consistently case-sensitive.


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