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Re[8]: CaSe insensetive OS not handled well

From: Flex <flex_at_datecs.bg>
Date: 2005-08-23 17:05:28 CEST

> Distribution is not a problem, it's a feature!

> You can consider it doing the exact same thing as your switch, only once
> the property is set for the file/dir the client (TSVN, svn, rapidsvn,
> etc) handles the logic. No long does the user need to remember to
> identify to the program that this file is NCS.

No, agreed, the end user should not see anything - the clients
(TSVN...) should handle identifying as a NCS one. If property is used,
this can work too - TSVN reads it and identifies it as NCS when you
operate with files in that folder.

> I have to flush out some more of this idea. Right now in my head it is
> not really solving the problem, only moving the pre-commit script into
> the logic of the client. That isn't a good solution.

Nono, the pre-commit hook logic is just preventing, we are not talking
about it here, but after the server is notified that it's talking with
NCS client, to take appropriate actions.

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