find doesn't find existing files

Csaba Raduly
Thu Feb 25 23:41:00 GMT 2016

On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 9:50 PM, Achim Gratz  wrote:
> That's because the filename really is (not the upper case L at
> the beginning).  Why ls doesn't complain about the filename I'm not sure
> (case insensitive FS search most likely), but find always gets the
> correct case from reading the dir and won't match unless you use -iname.

You are right.

I must have had a blind spot to believe that the module's name is
(lowercase) libXML :(
Even "perldoc XML::libXML" begins with "use XML::LibXML;"

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