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Re: [TSVN] BUG: Case sensitivity when adding files

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-03 12:50:31 CEST

On 8/3/05, Fuchs Matthias <Matthias.Fuchs@bekum.com> wrote:
> Hello Tortoise-Team!

Hello guy who doesn't read docs, mailing-list or anything else.

> I've found a problem, that influences the usability of a revision in a repo.
> I changed the filename of a file (that is in the repo) in windows explorer
> (just upper and lower case of the letters, name is the same).
> After that, tortoise does not recognise the file as part of the repository
> and
> lets you add it. I accidentially added the file and commited. Now i have two
> files with the
> same name in the repo (just upper and lower case letters).
> When I now try to check out a working copy with the head revision, i get an
> error that the .svn-base of this file could not be copied to the .tmp file
> and the check out
> process stops.
> I know, that one should use the tortoise-rename function to change the name
> of a file,
> but since it's the same filename with just other case and the filesystem of
> windows is
> not case sensitive, tortoise should also recognise it as part of the repo
> with the case
> modification.


Oh, and don't forget to read

I really don't like it when people put a big "BUG" in the mail subject
line when a two second search in google will show you that it's *not*
a bug.


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Received on Wed Aug 3 12:51:19 2005

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