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Re: NT porting gotcha

From: Bryan O'Sullivan <bos_at_serpentine.com>
Date: 2000-08-09 08:51:19 CEST

k> Can you explain a bit more what those lines of code have to do? (I
k> suspect I'm missing something obvious, but for whatever reason the
k> simple answer is escaping me at the moment...)

As far as NT and its filename-related APIs are concerned, "LEGOFLARK"
is the same name as "legoflark". Thus, if you submit a change on
client A that renames "LEGOFLARK" to "LegOfLark", you need to make
sure, when client B gets the change, that you do whatever is required
to make the name show up in the filesystem with the case changed.
Otherwise, if client B tries to submit a change based on what is, as
far as it's concerned, the same file (but with the old name), things
will get weird.

Does this clarify?

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