Miha Vitorovic <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 09/28/2005 05:40:32 AM:
> "Vairoj A." <email@example.com> wrote on 28.09.2005 11:24:45:
> > Hi,
> > difference is just a case difference (c:\ and C:\). Changes -data
> > parameter from c:\ to C:\ do fix the problem. However, in Windows
> > system, case should not be a concern, shouldn't it?
> Windows system no, Eclipse yes. And since Subclipse uses Eclipse core
> functions, it will fail if case does not match. It is an Eclipse bug,
> Subclipse tries to work around.
> To Mark:
> I think this should go into FAQ. It pops up often enough :)
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Received on Thu Sep 29 00:45:27 2005