I'm dealing with similar issues. I am also curious about this within one file. I do have a few lines of code modified but due to the case-insensitiveness, there are many lines affected as a changed code. I can disable this in the view, so I only see the real changes, but on a commit, everything will be committed. Is there a way to disregard all the case changes during a normal commit? So far I'm doing everything manually.
> I am using the latest version of Tortoise SVN (1.4) and I am having the following problem:
> When I want to commit, I have often a bunch of files in the commit list that I do not want to commit because the only difference is the case (either lower or upper). I found the way to ignore case for the diff viewer but not for the commit. I could not found a solution in the manuel or in the FAQ.
> Do you know a solution for this or do you think this feature could be added in a futur version?
> A little of background on this issue:
> I am developping test programs for silicon devices on Teradyne IG-XL software which is based on Excel worksheets and Visual Basic code. All the development is done in Excel and VB and then there is a macro to save all the source files in text format to be managed in TortoiseSVN. But because VB is case insensitive, if someone write a call to a global function in a different case (e.g. TheHdw.blah or thehdw.blah) then all the other modules are modified with this case. Which then appear as changed and candidate in commit list. This is quite painfull because we often do change in several modules and then we have to look at the diff for all the modules before doing a commit.
> Hope you can help,
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Received on 2017-02-18 02:53:21 CET