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Re: Lower and upper cases of filenames

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2008 11:29:29 +0200

Rolandas wrote:
> Hello guys,
> I am constantly struggling with MS Visual Studio renaming resource.h
> file. VS 2003/2005 always lowercased it. Ok, we fixed that by renaming
> it in SVN, but now VS 2008 renames it to title case. That's annoys a
> lot, as you can guess ;). Could you add a feature of watching for
> files when applications rename them and correct it automatically
> according to the file name in SVN repository? I guess, it's not hard
> to do: the old file disappears and the new file appears, having the
> same name, but the case differs only.

The commit dialog already corrects the file cases.

But if VS2008 keeps changing the case of resource.h file, then you have
somewhere in your project settings of includes the resource.h stored in
a different casing: the resource.h is a generated file.
I'd first check in your rc files...

Stefan

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