Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: question about plugins .rock
Re: question about plugins .rock
From: Mark Bright <Mark.Bright_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2003 18:18:25 +0100
I have no problems with 'long' extensions on my M$ based PC, in fact if I
had to stick to 8.3 I would most definately have moved to the *nix camp well
before now.... No one I know still uses 8.3... in fact most windows users
use X.3 where 1<x>255. The 3 characted extention is used out of force of
habit, and that there are so many accepted file types - as mentioned JPG,
BMP etc but even that seems to be finally changing - In the PaintShop Pro 8
readme "In order to better differentiate Paint Shop Pro files from similar
file types used by other applications, we are now using long file type
extensions, e.g. *.pspimage"
My Opinion is why not be another of the pioneers who finally drag the
computing fraternity out of the DOS based dark ages.
Mike Holden wrote:
|| Linus Nielsen Feltzing said:
||| BlueChip wrote:
|||| PLEASE can we stick with THREE character extensions for our filenames?
||| I agree. Three character extensions are almost a de facto standard.
|| Only for people using a flawed O/S ;-)
|| What about .html/.htm? .html is more a standard than .htm. With a modern
|| O/S that handles long filenames properly, it really shouldn't make any
|| difference whatsoever.
|| Mike Holden
|| Rockbox page: http://www.mikeholden.org/~rockbox
Received on 2003-07-01