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modify behaviour of "svn status"

From: <Robin.Mules_at_ga.gov.au>
Date: 2004-02-12 01:54:16 CET

Hello everybody

Is there any way of getting "svn status" to ignore case when it determines if
a file has been modified or not?

For reasons beyond our control, The case of bits of our source code switches
randomly from upper to lower case and back again (yes, it's as frustrating as
it sounds, and there doesn't appear to be any way to stop it as the ESRI
ArcMap VBA editor appears to have a mind of its own when it comes to case).

We have modified the behaviour of "svn diff" to ignore case by adding the

        diff-cmd = d:\svn\diff.bat

to the config file, which points to a batch file with the single command:

        j:\cygwin\bin\diff -i %6 %7

That fixed the "svn diff" behaviour, but not the "svn status" behaviour.

Is there a way?

Thanks in advance.

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