[PD] case-sensitivity for filenames of abstractions on different OSes?
danomatika at gmail.com
Fri Nov 23 02:09:51 CET 2018
It maybe *nix, but its not Linux.
Default macOS installs are case INsensitive, unlike Linux. You can, of course, choose case sensitive when formatting a new partition, but I'd say the vast majority of people are running patches from their default partition.
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> is it possible that an abstraction loads as [myabs] when only a
> myAbs.pd file is present under OS X? I can't test this right now.
> I thought that filenames on Unix Systems are case sensitive and that
> they are not so on Windows.
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