[Cvsnt] Cvsnt case sensitive?
singer at dcs-systeme.de
Wed Apr 24 13:21:30 BST 2002
It's not a problem with the compiler. The files must be stored in jar-files
with the right name, because Java differentiates between a class Foo and a
class foo -- C(++) does it, too.
And sure, it's a limitation of CVS(nt), not of Java.
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|Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 10:16 AM
|To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
|Subject: Re: [Cvsnt] Cvsnt case sensitive?
|Brian Smith wrote:
|> Well, there is the situation that I call my file "foo.java". It won't
|> compile because the Java compiler enforces it to be called
|> it contains a public class named "Foo". If I checked in the file as
|> "foo.java" then everybody is screwed unless I can somehow
|change it to
|> This is the case with Windows clients as well.
|If you look for a file 'Foo.java' on Windows you'll always see it
|isn't case sensetive. If the java compiler is enforcing case
|sensitivity beyond that it's a bug in that compiler, because on Windows
|it's not unusual to get dodgy case on files.
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