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Re: CaSe insensetive OS not handled well

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-08-20 17:01:41 CEST

On 20.08.2005, at 05:52, Vincent Starre wrote:

> the majority of pre-commit hook scripts I have seen have to do with
> metadata: filename, mime-type, eol settings, file size. "Is it okay
> for this file to be checked in?", as far as I have seen, rarely
> checks the file content itself (and if you're not checking if it's
> okay for the file to be checked in, you tend to use a /post/commit
> hook). Due to this, I wouldnt think the number of cases where this
> optimization /wouldnt/ pay off would be all too high.

When I get a minute, I hope to have our pre-commit hook check the
syntax of all committed PHP files. Some of our programmers love doing
global search-replace operations across thousands of PHP files, of
course do not thoroughly test all the changes, and end up committing
garbage that does not compute

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