> If you don't have strcasecmp, look for stricmp or something else
> which is not case sensitive.
Doh, sorry, stricmp is what I meant to say ;-) So, there shouldn't be
any issues assuming that stricmp (Win32) and strcasecmp (UNIX) do the
same thing. I will do some testing of that later this evening.
> It has to be in there somewhere!
I'm sure it is. I believe that SWISH-E uses (used?) stricmp somewhere.
Perhaps it was in the HTML parsing code.
> The only alternative would be to (UGH) make lower-case copies yourself.
That is an option which crossed my mind. tolower() could be used as a
hack. But, I don't think that will be necessary.
GCC and/or ld.so apparently do not play nice with 586-enhanced Linux on
my AMD K6-2... So, I'm not able to build SWISH-E on Linux until I fix
something (i.e. throw away AMD buy Intel). I do plan to test it out on
FreeBSD on a P-II 450 MHz.
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Received on Wed Apr 19 18:07:52 2000