On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 14:12:50 -0500, Scott Palmer wrote:
>On Dec 21, 2004, at 2:03 PM, Norbert Unterberg wrote:
>> email@example.com schrieb:
>>> (Subversion itself pretty much had to be case-sensitive in the
>>> repository, of course, in order to support case-sensitive platforms at
>> Beeing a windows user, I always wanted to ask this:
>> Do *ix users really rely on case sensitivy (in the sense that they
>> store multiple files with just different case in the same direcotry,
>> like Test, test, TEST) so much that subversion needs to support this?
>> Is that common practice there?
>I have seen .c used for 'C' source files and .C used for 'C++'. (Ugh!)
<grin> I think ridding the world of this kind of behavior is a
"good thing" (tm). Isn't the standard C++ extension "cpp"?
Received on Tue Dec 21 20:19:59 2004