RE: File naming issues

Subject: RE: File naming issues
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Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2004 08:16:04 -0400

suzy -dot- davis -at- doi -dot- vic -dot- gov -dot- au noted:

> John
> I have had problems in the past burning files with special
> characters to
> CD. I haven't experienced it in the last couple of years -
> but then I've
> avoided using the characters. Might be something to check.

If your product is to be installed on HP-UX, there's already
a restriction to 8.3 filenames, at least from CD (which is a
real PITA), so I wouldn't be surprised to see grumbling from
that quarter if you tried to feed HP-UX a "+" in a filename.


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