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RE: folder naming (not case sensitive)

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 11:27:00 -0400

> I've run into a bug that would be only on the widows system, not linux
> Since windows treats these 2 folders to be the same "folder"
> "Folder"
> It creates a problem when commiting and updating
> One user here created a folder "test" and commited to the server, all OK
> Then deleted or moved folder to desktop Then created a new folder "Test"
> and commited to the server, all OK as well
> Update then will give errors since there are 2 folders on the server "test" and
> "Test"
> This will give conflict on the windows system It took a while for us to figure
> out why there was an error

This isn't a bug, it is a well known issue which I think is even documented in the svn book.

Svn is case sensitive, Windows is not. If you are using Windows don't allow file/folder names that only differ by case into your repository. I think there are some before hooks floating around that can make sure this doesn't happen.



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Received on 2011-09-13 17:27:09 CEST

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