Paths are converted to lowercase on Windows #5076

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endragor opened this Issue Nov 30, 2016 · 1 comment

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Nim seems to handle module names differently between OSes. It keeps case on *nix, but converts all paths and module names to lowercase on Windows. So if you have a module (and filename) that starts with an uppercase letter, say MyModule.nim, then on Windows Nim will consider it to be mymodule, while on other systems it's MyModule. So we get code that compiles on Unix, but errors with undeclared identifier on Windows or vice versa.

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@Araq Araq fixes #5076 b1b2dd6
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Araq commented Nov 30, 2016

Produced a regression, cannot compile Nimble on windows anymore.

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