Opinion of February 2012
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Sat Feb 4 13:14:05 PST 2012
"Walter Bright" <newshound2 at digitalmars.com> wrote in message
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> .C (that's capital C; obviously that never worked on Windows)
That *can* work. Windows filenames may be case-insensitive, but they're
certainly not caseless. Not from Win95 onward anyway. (Obviously I'm not
saying .C is a good way to go.)
> For me, I find worrying about it about as productive as arguing whether
> tabs should be set to 4 or 8.
Ok, so then why not just make the leap? Nobody *wants* .c (including you,
apperently), and many people would find it to work better with .cpp. If
you're so indifferent about it, then why keep clinging to .c?
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