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Re: Chronic "file not found"

From: McClain Looney <m_at_loonsoft.com>
Date: 2004-03-17 16:24:38 CET

it's been my experience that this is the case with any tool. a good round of
training and threats of beatings and/or termination might do the trick, but
probably not. one thing to be very aware of, is that people of a certain ilk
will just ignore the training and do whatever it takes to get their work in.
my favorite and most common cite is the practice of overwriting results of
svn up with what they wanted to commit, then committing it, possibly
reverting several commits in the process. good luck.

anyway, what OS is this? windows possibly? can you come up with a recipe to
reproduce this? there have been recent changes to the windows case
sensitivity code.

On Tuesday 16 March 2004 09:30 pm, Tess Snider wrote:
> However, as soon as the artists started committing things
> to the repository, all hell broke loose.

McClain Looney
LoonSoft LLC
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