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Re^2: Perl on a Macintosh

by bart (Canon)
on May 12, 2006 at 08:01 UTC ( #548918=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Perl on a Macintosh
in thread Perl on a Macintosh

The default filesystem is case-insensitive. Yeah, unlike all boxes in the Unix world. So, there's a few CPAN modules that blow up for that.
Can you elaborate, and finger a few of those suckers?

Windows is case insensitive too, so the same modules will blow up on Windows too. That may or may not matter, depending on how Unix-centric those modules are.

Together with Mac-OSX, that makes a large part of the Perl community. I think that is not acceptable, but maybe that's just me...

I think depending on the case of a file name to distinguish between two files, is a bad practice. Especially for Perl modules. Again, maybe that's just me...

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