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Re: [TSVN] Does SVN issue 2055 affect tsvn?

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-30 12:28:55 CEST

Hughes, Bill wrote:
> SVN issue 2055 is "Change in case of filename causes problems".
> This looks like our old friend 'how to handle case changes in windows'
> again.
> This was raised because of a rapidsvn problem but it looks common to all
> Windows clients,
> Stefan, would voting for this be any use?

That's a typical case of people not asking on the mailing list first. I
think the next comment to that issue will be exactly about the big red
box on the Subversion website before entering the issue tracker.

Now, about the issue: I have reported the very same thing about half a
year ago, and since there was data loss involved it even got fixed in a
reasonable timeframe. So my guess is that the person who filed that
issue is using a really, really old version of Subversion (or a RapidSVN
version linked to such an old version).
You won't loose data anymore because of such case-insensitive problems.
There still _are_ such problems around which require windows users to
sometimes do some more steps when updating, but you won't loose data


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