[physfs] What are the real benefits of PhysFS ?
mr.danielaquino at gmail.com
Fri Jul 17 13:29:00 EDT 2009
hm ok so your saying that physfs works in a non case sensitive
manner... that would infact fix problems on linux...
On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 1:27 PM, Indy Sams<indy at driftsolutions.com> wrote:
> Hello Daniel,
> No, he's saying using physfs that it will find it with PHYSFS_openRead, etc.
> It's only when adding files/dirs to the path that you have to worry about the case of the zip file for example: file.zip != FILE.ZIP on Linux, but on Windows file.zip == FILE.ZIP
> Friday, July 17, 2009, 12:45:38 PM, you wrote:
> DA> so are you saying that while using physfs if you try to find file.txt
> DA> it won't find FILE.TXT ?
> DA> On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 12:41 PM, Ryan C.
> DA> Gordon<icculus at icculus.org> wrote:
>>>> What file name case issues does it help with?
>>> On Windows, file.txt and FILE.TXT are the same thing. On Linux, they are
>>> different files. Having all your i/o come out of a zip file avoids this
>>> issue (or, at least, limits it to only worrying about getting the case of
>>> the .zip file itself right).
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