Why is it that different platforms (linux vs windows) does not support the same naming conventions? I'm stunned by the fact that the documentation uses file names as an excuse for this.
Yes, windows is not case sensitive for file names but one would think the developers would accommodate for this. I (personal preference) despise the under_score_convention and prefer camelCaseConvention.
Is there a way to enable the camel case sensitivity when connecting to the database, or is this something that has to be done in the default configuration?
Are there alternatives to MySQL that support the camelCaseConvention as per default on all platforms?
Ok, I feel a bit stupid now, I updated to mysql 5.5 and the camel-case convention is now supported, by lowering the entire name. It does not however preserve the camel-case, which is part of what I'm looking for.