First released init offers all sorts of benefits over Mac OS Extended, the previous default. However, I'd add that what sucks even more is that this is not just a kernel issue.
Every single application needs to worry about this. On linux it always does, there's no normalization, exactly what you open is exactly what's listed. The risk of dhanging any rule is simply too high.
Having a bar, a point, or some other distinctive mark inside 0 is just a hack, the common description for the aspect of this digit makes no distinction from letter O.
I guess based on what he talks about next he is worried about how case insensitivity interacts with other character sets i. I keep some personal directories of stuff backed up on multiple systems, along with a "manifest" of files and md5sums.
To be clear, you can use capital letters in file names either way. Someone on Jan 12, Can someone explain to me why case insensitivity is a bad thing?
This problem is not new, definitely not brought up by this Unicode thing. The other potential downside to encryption is performance. Reverse compatibility. Or is the problem specifically with NFC?