james at ejbdigital.com.au
Thu Mar 12 11:46:36 UTC 2015
> > Found it. Really stupid mistake. The documentation shows [-i] for
> > case insensitivity, but I hadn't picked up that the  around the -i
> > indicated that it was optional. I had just cut and pasted from
> > examples. So the .cab thing was irrelevant - it just happened that
> > the .cab files had an "i" in them somewhere.
> Ah. That is a bug then. The -i bit is not supposed to be treated as a
Even when I put it in 's? I think the mistake was mine.
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