[Mono-list] Existing non-case-sensitive .net languages?

Freddy BL freddy_bl@hotmail.com
Thu, 24 Feb 2005 11:15:33 +0000

Hi, I have only a little questiuon.
Wanted only to know, if non-case-sensitive .net languages exists.

My favorite language is FreeBasic (http://www.freebasic.net), which is a 
reimplementation of QBasic - but in 32bit and can compile for DOS, Win32 and 
Linux with included MinGW/gcc tools like "as" and "ld".
And FreeBasic/QBasic is non-case-sensitive. C on the other hand is 
case-sensitive. And FreeBasic can use C functions.
An other example are FORTRAN and C. Fortran non-case-sensitive and C is it. 
But you can link FORTRAN programs against C *.o files and the other way 
around. And C programs can use FORTRAN functions and FORTRAN C functions.

But still today I have no non-case-sensitive .net language seen. Existing 
such languages? And if not: Would it be possible to create one or don't 
permit the CLR it, so that native-compiler have in this point more freedom 
then .net/mono-compiler?