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Re: Standardizing on UTF8 internally isn't enough

From: Fabien COELHO <fabien_at_coelho.net>
Date: 2007-07-18 09:41:54 CEST

> There is no silver bullet here. Both Linux and Windows allow to create two
> files (in the same directory) whose names which normalize to the same name.
> This is unsupported by HFS+. So you can't really "win".

ISTM that if subversion rejects the name when it is 'svn add'-ed, this
would solve the issue for future repositories. Thus chosing a normal
formal for subversion entries, whatever it is, would be a win?

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Received on Wed Jul 18 09:41:04 2007

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