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BUG: Rename in case mixes up working copy

From: Markus <mmvms_at_gmx.net>
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2017 05:35:43 -0700 (PDT)


On Windows using TSVN 1.9.7:

When I rename a folder in case only, e.g. "someFolder" to "SomeFolder" using the TSVN Rename functionality, everythings looks fine so far. After I commit the change, it seems like the renamed folder is no longer recognized, i.e. there is no overlay icon displayed. If I then run an TSVN Update, the folder is shown as if it is not checked in to SVN (blue questionmark overlay icon).

Same happens if I directly do the rename within the Repo-Browser and do an TSVN Update afterwards.
It seems like the case change mixes up the working copy.

This means all users having a checkout and doing a TSVN Update after someone else has renamed a file in case, it will mix up their working copies!

To make the working copy recognize the folder correctly again, I have to delete the folder (no TSVN Delete but normal folder deletion) and do an TSVN Update.

PS: Tried it on a new repo and a fresh checkout.

Kindly fix this.
Many thanks!


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Received on 2017-08-28 14:36:58 CEST

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