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Re: [TSVN] Windows case-sensitive request

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-07-20 17:18:20 CEST

Pawel Czoppa wrote:
> Hi there
> We just started to use TortoiseSVN, and already found some problem.
> Our company runs entirely on WindowsXP, and we found problem with case-
> sensitive locks/logins/checkouts.
> I’ve found on haxx forum topic:
> http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn/archive-2004-12/0149.shtml
> where you have pointed that this is not a bug, and that should work.
> OK, fine. But is there a really big problem to make a switch to turn on/off
> case sensitive checks?

Yes, because it is Subversion, not TortoiseSVN which is case-sensitive.

> Since we got only windows, and there are NO other
> systems, we found this as a huge bug and problem for us.

It is certainly not a bug. And why is this such a big problem for you?
You can install a server hook to prevent committing files with names
that differ only in upper/lower case.

> It could work only on windows, not fully supported, or so.

So what should Subversion do if the repository contains resource.h and
Resource.h? It cannot checkout both of them into the same folder. The
way to stop this is to install a hook to prevent the repository
containing those 2 files in the first place.

Try this FAQ entry:



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