File system case sensitivity?
This is a question about file system case sensitivity
in file and directory names:
Will MacOS allow a file named 'file.txt' and a file
named 'File.txt' exist in the same directory
at the same time?
For that matter can a directory name 'aDirectory'
and an directory name 'adirectory' both exist in
the same directory at the same time?
I am confused because I am doing web related
dev work on localhost. I use php to validate the
existence of a file and use a name with a charater
in uppercase in the file name and php finds the file.
But, I use Fetch FTP client to upload a file with a
name the same as another file in the same location,
accept with a character set uppercase. It is successfully
placed according to the FTP client. It now looks like I
have both of the files in the same directory.
BUT, I delete one and both are removed.
Mac mini, macOS 10.13