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RE: Files with same name but different capitalization on Windows platfor
David T. Ashley
RE: Files with same name but different capitalization on Windows platform.
Mon, 18 Jun 2001 11:13:18 -0400
Thank you for your advice. Unfortunately, this did not do the trick for me.
The capitalization still "sticks".
Best regards and thanks, Dave.
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> Any other suggestions or advice?
I'm not sure if it will help you or not (I'm using an OS/2 pserver
on a case preserving but case insensitive file system not a *nix
server on a case sensitive one), but it might be worth trying
making a comment only change to tkwinX.c, and then issuing
cvs commit tkwinx.c
On my setup, this has the effect of changing the case of the
Your mileage may well vary,
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