On Mon, Mar 25, 2002 at 04:06:35PM +0900, Dan Kogai wrote:
I am now in the middle of linting filenames. I have found check83.pl
Whoa there, wait!
Yields nothing but filenames like "7bit-greek.enc" is an obvious
The other parts of perl, too, has names longer than 8.3. even UNIVERSAL.pm
has a 9.2 name. This is not a problem, per se.
The check83.pl checks for *duplicates* in 8.3 file system. This is to say,
if I have two files, named
They will both become 'Dankogai.pm' in 8.3 filesystems, yielding a conflict.
Hence, I'm not aware of any need to retrofit all the encoding files into
8.3 format, nor is there a *fix* Supported to Supports, EncFormat to
Format/Enc, or other craziness. The merit of enc => ucm is a separate issue
altogether, and I'm not very convinced the size bloat is worth it.
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