A little review of kdecore & kdeui
ruurd at tiscali.nl
Fri Apr 7 21:46:06 BST 2006
On Friday 7 April 2006 21.49, Alexander Neundorf wrote:
>> How was that again? Can't remember if NTFS is case sensitive or not.
> You can use upper and lower case letters in filenames, but when accessing
> them the case is ignored and you can't have e.g. "myfile.txt" and
> "MyFile.txt" in once directory.
That explains why Windows programmers don't give a damn about camelcapping
headernames. Any which way they're camelcapped, they're included anyway. It
also explains why header names under UNIX are all lowercase. You can type
them without the shift key.
So, IMHO, the rule should stay what it is: filenames are always lowercase.
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