.fd file names from fontinst
Tue, 02 Feb 1999 09:26:50 -0600
The naming of .fd files is a subject of much debate...
The .fd files on CTAN use the ISO 9660 file format, so they can be put
on CD-ROMs which run on pretty much anything. ISO 9660 mandates
lower-case-only 8+3 filenames.
Fontinst itself generates mixed-case names.
Alan Jeffrey, CTI, DePaul University, 243 S Wabash, Chicago IL 60604
From firstname.lastname@example.org 03 Feb 1999 14:17:43 +0100
From: Rolf Marvin B|e Lindgren <email@example.com>
Date: 03 Feb 1999 14:17:43 +0100
To: Sebastian Rahtz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: .fd file names from fontinst
[ Paul Walker
| Do most people use Tex on systems that are case-insensitive?
[ Sebastian Rahtz
| many people do. its called Windows, by a software company in the USA
there's another American software company called Apple that maintains a
case-insensitive operating system that is popular in some academic
institutions. it's called MacOS.
then there's VMS, also case-insensitive. in fact, only Unix as far as I
know _is_ case-sensitive.