problems with lowercase and uppercase characters in filenames
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Jul 9 05:32:46 CDT 2008
I don't think that common Windows file systems are case sensitive. Are
you able to use case sensitive file paths on the same machine with
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On 9 jul 2008, at 12:27, runrev260805 at m-r-d.de wrote:
> i ran into a problem with case sensity writing 2 files ("c:/
> Test.txt" and "c:/test.txt") under Windows wit Rev Studio 2.9.
> Only the first file is created. The content for the second file is
> written to the first file.
> Is Rev not aware of lower/uppercase filenams?
> Tried the following script, which should do it, but it doesn´t
> ON mouseUp pMouseBtnNo
> open file "c:/Test.txt" FOR write
> write "text for the uppercase file" to file "c:/Test.txt"
> close file "c:/Test.txt"
> open file "c:/test.txt" FOR write
> -- this command reopens the file "c:/TEST.txt" instead of creating a
> new one with the lowercase filename
> write "text for the lowercase file" to file "c:/test.txt"
> close file "c:/test.txt"
> End mouseUp
> So where is my mistake?
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