Actually it's on OS X which is BSD Unix underneath but I have noticed
that for example using a "cd" in a terminal window is not case
sensitive. I guess BSD variants aren't necessarily case sensitive?
thanks for pointing that out though.
On Friday, December 20, 2002, at 03:04 PM, Luke Opperman wrote:
> I'm guessing you're running this on Windows? Apache's behavior is
> dependent on
> platform, on a unix platform even straight apache is case-sensitive
> because the
> underlying filesystem it is serving from is case-sensitive.
> Likewise, Webware's behavior is Python-dependent. And python is
> on all platforms. So while the behavior might not be expected from a
> perspective, any general case-insensitive solution is going to be very
> It has been mentioned once or twice that if you were to keep all of
> your actual
> files in (say) lowercase, then a simple modification to Application.py
> it calls for the Servlet, to force all requests to lowercase would
> work *in
> that case*. The obvious limitation here is that all your source files
> *must* be