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Enum std.path.CaseSensitive

This enum is used as a template argument to functions which compare file names, and determines whether the comparison is case sensitive or not.

enum CaseSensitive : bool { ... }

Enum members

no File names are case insensitive
osDefault The default (or most common) setting for the current platform. That is, no on Windows and Mac OS X, and yes on all POSIX systems except Darwin (Linux, *BSD, etc.).
yes File names are case sensitive


writeln(baseName!("dir/file.EXT", ".ext")); // "file"
assert(baseName!(CaseSensitive.yes)("dir/file.EXT", ".ext") != "file");

version (Posix)
    writeln(relativePath!("/FOO/bar", "/foo/baz")); // "../bar"
    writeln(relativePath!(`c:\FOO\bar`, `c:\foo\baz`)); // `..\bar`


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