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RE: [TSVN] Bug with Windows / UNIX filenames

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2005-05-11 08:51:55 CEST

Hi Adam

> I know Windows can't support differences in filename
> capitalization
> to differentiate between files, and don't believe having
> files with the
> same name differing in only capitalization to be good practice, but I
> would expect tortoise to fail gracefully.

OK, so you know why it happens. Nevertheless I point you to:
ang=en>, since this FAQ contains some hints how to work around the problem.

TortoiseSVN isn't failing. The Subversion libraries are already throwing
that error which TortoiseSVN is only passing on to the user. There is no way
for TortoiseSVN to gracefully resume the operation. If you ask the
subversion devs why this happens, they're going to tell you that they are
not going to work around broken behaviour on windows.

- Lübbe

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