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From Ben Laurie <>
Subject Re: Win32: Why strlwr os_canonical_filename?
Date Sat, 03 Oct 1998 19:34:23 GMT
Ken Parzygnat wrote:
> However, the user could really use the path and
> filename in the case as it is on the file system because
> of the way the JAVA interpreter works.  Since I'm
> sympathetic to his problem, I was fiddling around
> with creating a routine like ap_os_case_filename that
> would take a filename and return the filename with
> the case on the file system respected.  We could
> use this to set the PATH_TRANSLATED variable.
> Good idea or bad idea?

I'm not sure whether it is a good idea to set PATH_TRANSLATED, but
certainly we could set _something_ to this.



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