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

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-08-03 16:11:48 CEST

Tatham Oddie (Fuel Advance) wrote:
> You can do it in one stage (not 4) and one commit (not 2) if you use the URL
> rather and the WC name:
> svn rename svn://server/trunk/file.ext svn://server/trunk/File.ext

You can do that with a simple TSVN rename as well. SVN got more robust
at some stage (1.2.0?) and allows renames involving only case.

It doesn't solve the OP's problem which is that he accidentally
committed a case-changed version which breaks svn update. At the moment
a hook script is the only way to prevent the problem occurring in the
first place.


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