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Re: Mixed case in users

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-27 18:48:00 CEST

Marc Calahan <MCalahan@witness.com> writes:
> I'm having an issue with the server allowing mixed case for usernames during
> the commit command.
> This causes the statistics and reports to have more then one entry for a
> user.
> For example if I commit something with mcalahan and something else with
> MCalahan, the report will have two entries for me.
> I know this is something that can be fixed by making the developers all use
> lowercase, but are there any scripts to clean this up or has anyone had a
> similiar issue?

I don't know of any scripts, but you could have a pre-commit or
post-commit hook clean up the revision property (or, in the pre-commit
case, the "txn property") that holds the username. This is the
'svn:author' property.


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