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Re: Major case sensitivity problem

From: Martin Tomes <lists_at_tomes.org>
Date: 2004-07-24 15:58:18 CEST

Amir Kolsky wrote:
> What do you recommend we do if we need to change the case of a file's name?
> E.g., we need to change ABC.cs to Abc.cs.
> In one scenario we got both ABC.cs and Abc.cs
> in svn and it was a bear to get rid of the duplicate.

You can prevent two confilicting names getting into the repository by
using his pre-commit hook script:


I think (based on the thread you had going on the TortoiseSVN list) that
  you are looking for better support for case insensitive file systems
and I am with you on that. The Subversion client does need to become
case insensitive on windows. I don't believe any changes are needed to
the server - the script mentioned above prevents case conflicts at the
server end with no change to the server code at all. Having said that,
I don't believe it is trivial to do.


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