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RE: Subversion vs VSS

From: Kenneth Porter <shiva_at_sewingwitch.com>
Date: 2005-04-28 02:16:33 CEST

--On Wednesday, April 27, 2005 4:23 PM -0700 Jeffrey Allison
<jwa@fei-zyfer.com> wrote:

> Several folks have pointed this out, and it does seem to be the obvious
> answer. But when I try it from Tortoise I get the error, "Failed to add
> file <filename>: object of the same name already exists." Bottom line is
> that the functionality exists, I just have something set up improperly.
> Still feeling my way around and bumping into walls.

Could that be a filename case issue? There was a precommit script I grabbed
off the list awhile back that checked if one was trying to check in a file
from a Windows client to a Linux server when the case of the filename on
the client changed; the hook script would block the commit if this was
detected. My repo had somehow ended up with file duplicates from this
happening and it was tricky getting it straightened out.

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