nhn at Cs.Nott.AC.UK
Tue Feb 21 13:26:53 EST 2006
> True, but do these differences matter to us? Sorry for my naivety, but
> I can't see that much problems, expect very old 8.3 restrictions, but
> they are history now!
Here's a concrete example, then.
Windows file systems don't distinguish case.
Thus the two different Haskell modules "FOO" and "Foo"
would be mapped to the same file, as far as I can tell?
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