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Re: Bug Report: file Case conflict

From: Helder <heldersepu_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2008 15:33:21 -0500

Thanks a lot for you response, that explains a lot.

 I just notice that if the Add, Commit or Check for modifications
command is done at the folder level it will auto adjust the case
(recursively) to all the files within a folder.

 I reported this because it's been an administrative nightmare
fixing these issues, I notice that new users not very familiar
with TSVN, use the windows explorer to add & commit files,
all this actions directly on the files and never at the folder level.

 Maybe is because I never had the "necessity" of adding a file
with the wrong case in you example, to fix a file with the wrong
case we can use the Repo-Browser. but at least there should be
an option to auto adjust the case at all times.

Thank you for your time.

On Feb 16, 2008 3:05 AM, Stefan Kng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Helder wrote:
> > Thanks Simon for your response
> >
> > I guess I did not make myself clear, let me rephrase this issue
> >
> > Files (already versioned) can be added with the incorrect case
> > and then committed.
> >
> > In the scenario, I used as an example the file build.txt that is on
> > the root of the TSVN repository, if in somehow the case changes
> > that file can be added and later committed.
> >
> > There is an event that triggers TSVN to silently change the
> > case of versioned files, for sure the command "repostatus" or
> > [Check for Modifications] corrects the case of all files on the
> > given path.
> >
> > I believe that doing something similar or the same that is
> > done for "repostatus" can be done before a file is added
> > preventing files from been added with the wrong case
> As Simon already mentioned, we can't do that. Because sometimes it is
> *necessary* to add a file with the 'wrong' case (e.g., if you want to
> fix an already wrong case).
> Stefan

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