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Re: Renaming files on win32

From: Gili <junk_at_bbs.darktech.org>
Date: 2004-12-20 22:13:08 CET

        That is what I meant, but whatever. Point is, I cannot rename
files in an intuitive manner under Subversion.


On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 22:01:05 +0100, Stefan wrote:

>Gili wrote:
>> Expected behavior: Subversion under win32 should act like a
>> native win32 application. Specifically, files should be stored in a
>> case-sensitive (case-retaining is more accurate) manner on the server
>> but dealt with in a case-insensitive manner when dealt with by the
>> client.
>> I bring this up because I was recently told by the TorvoiseSVN
>> that right now it is impossible to rename "Abc" to "abc" under
>> Subversion win32. Is there an issuetracker item open against this
>> behavior?
>Please, don't tell I told you it's not possible. I explained to you how
>you can work around that problem, I pointed you to the FAQ with detailed
>instructions on how to rename a file under Windows, I even explained to
>you why you can't _directly_ rename "Abc" to "abc".
>I never told you that this isn't possible. It's just not possible to do
>it directly.
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Received on Tue Dec 21 00:53:55 2004

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