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Originally posted by aPinecone:
Eh? I hope you're joking =) Most file systems out there are case-sensitive...
I'm dead serious. Most filesystems are not case-sensitive. NTFS and FAT32, for example, are not by default - same with the common Mac filesystems. (I gather that NTFS actually is, but Win32 is not, but the distinction is not important.) Do not confuse case-sensitive with case-preserving.

As far as I can tell, the only people who use case-sensitive filesystems appear to be Linux/Unix developers who don't know any better and think it's a grand idea to have files like ReadMe.txt and Readme.txt in the same location. ;-)

Edit: I should add, in the interest of fairness, that I'm not at all opposed to case-sensitive fixes to the Xcode projects. I will not be hunting down these bugs myself, however, and I make no promises that the Xcode projects will remain case-sensitive safe.