Gem #118: File-System Portability Issues and GNATCOLL.VFS


There are several aspects of the handling of file names that vary across file systems. For one, the file system might be case-sensitive or case-insensitive. This refers to whether casing of the name is relevant when accessing a file on the disk. In addition, the file system can be case-preserving or not. On some systems, file names are converted to upper… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2739406.2739418


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@inproceedings{Briot2015GemF, title={Gem #118: File-System Portability Issues and GNATCOLL.VFS}, author={Emmanuel Briot}, booktitle={ALET}, year={2015} }