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RE: Tomorrow

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Subject: RE: Tomorrow
From: "Bones" <bones10@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 26 May 2003 22:33:06 -0600
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I'm just curious, is the case insensitivity work being done starting with
what I sent a while back?

If so, I've fixed some things in that code, that you'd want to have before
you get too far along.

- bones

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[mailto:linux-xfs-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Daniel Moore
Sent: Monday, May 26, 2003 9:23 PM
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Subject: Re: Tomorrow

Ethan Benson writes:

 => so long as it can be turned off at compile time, and the broken
 => behavior is never default im happy.  still would rather see you guys
 => working on more important things.=20

It's obviously more important than you think or else we wouldn't
be working on it... No one is remotely interested in making it
default anywhere - it's an extra feature that will be extremely
useful in certain specific situations and provide much better
performance in those situations than any user space hack could

 Daniel Moore                    dxm@xxxxxxx
 R&D Software Engineer           Phone: +61-3-98348209
 SGI Australian Software Group   Fax:   +61-3-98132378

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