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RE: File name case sensitivity

From: Pitt-Nash, Gareth (AELE) <Gareth.Pitt-Nash_at_smiths-aerospace.com>
Date: 2007-05-15 16:48:25 CEST

>>I wonder, is there a way to turn off case sensitivity in the file
names? I am working in a windows
>>environment and my development tool sometimes changes the case of an
extension which causes svn to
>>"lose" the file.
>>Thanks in advance...

I think this is more to do with the operating systems file system on the
server. Windows' file system is not case sensitive (bob.txt == boB.tXt)
whereas Linux' file system is case sensitive (bob.txt != boB.tXt).


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