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[TSVN] Enhancement request

From: Thomas Börkel <tbo_at_ap-ag.com>
Date: 2004-12-22 08:00:56 CET


There is already talk in the svn users mailing list about how some support
for case-insensitivity can be done in Subversion itself, but I'd like to
make some suggestion for the client (Tortoise):

If a file in a working copy is being regenerated by a tool with the wrong
case, Tortoise sees it as a local file, not as a modified versioned file.

It would be nice to be able to configure Tortoise that it acts
case-insensitive here. Meaning, that it still recorgnizes the file as
versioned and fixes the filename on commit. It could rename it to *.temp and
rename to the original filename and then commit.



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Received on Wed Dec 22 08:02:38 2004

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