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RE: [TSVN] Wish: Case-insensitivity within files

From: Tatham Oddie <tatham.oddie_at_fueladvance.com>
Date: 2005-07-04 13:48:38 CEST



This setting is your friend:





Notice that these are SVN settings, so it will apply to all clients.


Your challenge now is just to find a diff tool that's compatible.






Tatham Oddie

Fuel Advance - Ignite Your Idea

www.fueladvance.com <http://www.fueladvance.com/>



-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Schneider [mailto:r.schneider@weingartner.com]
Sent: Monday, 4 July 2005 8:32 PM
To: dev@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: [TSVN] Wish: Case-insensitivity within files


Hi to all,


I have problems when I'm using VB6 and SVN/TSVN.

I would like to have a case-insensitivity for my source

files. I already posted the problem to the Subversion

mailing list. But haven't got a solution.

Anyway, I found out that a solution in svn is not sufficient

since it should be also reflected in tsvn. However, it

might be possible that only a change in tsvn is necessary

to manage the problem (I'm not sure).


So what I simply want is that text files (source code) can

be compared case-insensitively. But I don't mean just the diff

viewer where those changes can be ignored. It should also

be visible by the state symbol in the explorer (only a red

sign when something has changed that is not just a case change).


Even better would it be if case changes only are recognized

within strings. Other case changes could be ignored.



Just a question: is the diff or merge programm used to determine

the state symbol or does this happen internally or even by svn?





For a background:


Here is my original positing to the SVN mailing list:


And here is an further explanation.











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