Author twb
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Date 2009-09-30.20:11:35
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Good point, I'd forgotten that case-sensitive file systems are an
option. I do know that it's not the default, though, and that as shipped
from Apple, at least the consumer machines are case-insensitive. Things
may be different in server-land.

For what it's worth, NTFS isn't entirely case-insensitive, either.
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/100625)

Should the os.path.normcase() method be made smarter, and actually query
the filesystem about such things? (If I should start a new ticket for
this, somebody please let me know.)
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