> If the brain damage necessary to support Win32 clients does not
> negatively impact usage in a mixed case environment on Unix (consider
> the case where both FOO and Foo exist in a directory) or overly
> complicate the source code, if it can be contained to the Win32 client
> code, then that's probably fine.
Another platform worth considering is MacOSX, which has the unusual
property of being both "unix" and, at the same time, having a
filesystem that preserves case -- but is case insensitive.
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