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Re: Problem with File Creation

From: Brian Russell <tortue_at_emailfor.me.uk>
Date: 2006-03-06 23:55:21 CET

Andy Levy wrote:
> What happens if you use the SVN command-line client?
> Almost sounds like a case-sensitivity issue. SVN, like most *NIX
> filesystems, is case-sensitive; Windows is not, and this leads to
> issues frequently. Is d.txt (and, really, the whole path) lower-case
> on both clients and in the repository?
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------


I haven't installed the SVN command-line, since I was very happy with
Tortoise. I will attempt to do so and perform the equivalent commands.
Should I use the same SVN version that tortoise client uses (1.3.0)?

Regarding case, the real path of the file does have mixed case. I
checked the paths on the clients, and they are both identical. I checked
the repository path via tortoise's repo-browser, and also using "svnlook
tree ..." on the server, and again all are identical in case (albeit
mixed case).

The strange thing is that the directory structure is pre-existing in
both the repository and working copies; it is only a new file that is
added to the existing directory.


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Received on Mon Mar 6 23:54:39 2006

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