On May 11, 2004, at 2:05 PM, Haig Ehramdjian wrote:
> I've tested this out and unfortunately, under a Windows platform, it
> not resolve my problem.
> I think the best thing to do is to not hard-code the OS, but to
> implement a
> casesensitive attribute for the cctask itself.
> I'll be working on this and will post it when ready.
> Thanks for all your help,
Please hold off on that, I'll try to reproduce the problem and see if
there is a less drastic approach. Adding a casesensitive attribute to
cctask is not a good solution since it is not generally possible to
change the case-sensitivity of the tools. For example, if you did:
<cc name="gcc" casesensitive="false">
the task would have to attempt to locate the library, find the actual
case of the library, then add the "-l" linker option with the actual
case. If it didn't do that, then you would have to explain when
casesensitive was effective and when it wasn't.