File anming conventions?

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sun Oct 22 15:32:13 EDT 2006


David,

A simple solution is to use 2 dots. Item -1 is the file extension,  
item -2 can be some additional info, item 1 to -3 would be the file  
name.

Best,

Mark

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Op 22-okt-2006, om 19:32 heeft David Bovill het volgende geschreven:

> A quick question - I now the info is out there on the net, but Id  
> like to
> see what other people are doing. I"m setting a naming convention  
> for files
> and a while back I would have stuck to the 8.3 dos character limits  
> - no
> spaces etc just to be safe. Now it seems more important to use  
> characters
> that also make nice urls than anything else - but I still avoid "funny
> chars" so that scripts don"t have to escape anything... but what  
> exactly are
> these "funny chars", and what are there potential problems? Here  
> are my
> first thoughts, comments very wellcome:
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