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SubjectRe: vfat: why is shortname=lower the default?
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Xuân Baldauf <xuan--2004.03.29--linux-kernel--vger.kernel.org@baldauf.org> writes:

> One could make a slow transition, starting now with a warning like
> "vfat: warning: You are using "shortname=lower" as default. This may
> not be what you want. This default will change to "shortname=mixed"
> after 2005-07-01." if the shortname behaviour is not explicitly
> selected.

Yes. But it is easy ignored. So, maybe peoples doesn't complain until
it is changed in fact.

Probably you can post the patch for -mm tree.

And it is tested in -mm tree. And at starting of dev-cycle of 2.6.13
or 2.6.14, it will be merged to Linus's tree if anyone has no objection.
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OGAWA Hirofumi <hirofumi@mail.parknet.co.jp>
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