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Two files with the same name, but different case, and one being displayed as being modified

From: Ed Hillmann <ed.hillmann_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-02-07 04:18:13 CET

Hi all. I have a directory with two files in it. One file is called
fileA.xml and the other is called filea.xml. They are separate files,
checked into my Subversion repository, and when I look at their status
from within my Unix session, it correctly notes that there have been
no changes to them.

However, when I look at the directory from my Windows PC (via a Samba
share), one of the files is marked as being modified. When I ask for
the diff, it's comparing fileA.xml with filea.xml.

Has anyone come across this? I will attach a copy of the working copy
directory with the files, if this will help. I had to use tar on my
Unix machine, as WinZip would not be able to handle the mixed-case
files either.

SVN 1.4.3 in my Unix environment
SVN 1.4.2 on my PC
TortoiseSVN 1.4.1, Build 7992 - 32 Bit (hoping to get 1.4.3 installed
as soon as support gets around to it).

Please let me know if you need any more information.


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Received on Wed Feb 7 07:52:52 2007

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