Barry A. Warsaw wrote:
"B" == Bob firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>> Easier to use one of the extended CDROM formats which supports >> long filenames B> A few months ago I went through this with a customer who wanted B> a copy of the archives on CDROM from their list. The extended B> filenames work fine under Windows, but not under the MacOS. B> They have a different format for their extended filenames. The B> only common denominator I found was the 8.3 dos filenames.
That must have been an old version of MacOS. I just tested a CD I burned w/Toast using (IIRC) Mac+PC Hybrid, which is probably ISO 9660 with some fairly universal extensions (Rockridge, but not Joliet????).
"Hybrid" probably means "HFS *and* Joliet on the same disc". It's completely sad, the state of CD filesystems. Sigh.