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SubjectRe: filenames
On Thu, 9 May 1996, Kevin M Bealer wrote:
> > > > of course, the best thing would be to finally have a standard
> > > > non-case-sensitive file system on unix. preservation of case
> > > > is important, but being case-sensitive when looking up a file
> > > > is a serious time waster.

It doesn't waste any time for me! Why should case make any difference? A
filename is a filename. You might as well say creating files that start
with z is a time waster 'cause it's the key that takes the longest to
type. UNIX is all about freedom, putting limitations on things is stupid.

This is a pointless thread.


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