At 02:50 AM 5/4/01 +0300, Andi Gutmans wrote:
>I still don't think this is something lots of PHP users will benefit from. 
>On the contrary, I think semantically it is more correct to define what 
>the case insensitivity means (names are converted to lower case).
>How many examples can you think of where this would actually help a PHP 

Purely cosmetically, it would be nice. For example, in PHP-GTK I have a lot 
of error messages that output class names, and it'd be nice to display the 
names as they were registered by the user/system rather than all lowercased.


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