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Renaming files on win32[Scanned]

From: JS.staff <jsparrow_at_ecclescollege.ac.uk>
Date: 2004-12-21 21:44:29 CET

The percentage growth in Klingon speakers is much higher than the percentage growth in English speakers. I therefore propose we switch the primary documentation language to Klingon...
Seriously: many systems (like RDBMS's) have selectable collation orders - you can choose case-insensitivity if you want. Or not.
SVN is cool, it's a fly in the ointment that it's always so Unix orientated.
Unix is *a* solution. Too many people around here think it's *the* solution.
(Win32 client and server. I don't speak Klingon)
It seems to me that Windows is losing popularity and Mac OS X is
UNIX-based (did they retain the pre-OS X file naming?) and OS/2 and
Amiga are rarely used. Therefore, going with a UNIX-friendly or
UNIX-oriented solution is more justified IMHO.

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