has anyone experienced issues with case sensitive URLs? for example, the app helloWorld cannot be visited thru app=helloworld. any workarounds? was trying to browse the bug threads but to no luck did not see any similar problems specific to this topic.
Post by StefanPendl on Jun 21, 2012 14:37:04 GMT -5
Since the web is mostly hosted by UNIX boxes, URLs being case-sensitive is expected.
Sure most web servers are configured to be case insensitive now, but why should this be a bug?
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im running the server in my development computer to test it. and i just noticed that it wont let me browse the page if the specific url is not typed exactly as it was created (its appname). while other servers will just let you go to a specific page regardless of the OS hosting the server (like for example www.mydomain.com/myfile.htm will let you browse it even if you typed it as www.mydomain.com/Myfile.htm) I guess it would be much of user's convenience if Carl will make some adjustments also on this. Thanx in advance!
i know that the quickest workaround is to have the app invoked from a link within another app. thanx anyway stefan. i will still be a fanatic to basic. and i will be very proud to teach my young son to start his coding using runbasic! just dropping by.