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Re: solving case-insensitivity without installing Perl on the server

From: x nooby <xnooby_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-09-29 21:08:14 CEST

I think it is Perl. Is there a Python version, too?

I downloaded the source, and found the script here:


It has this code in it:

# On a windows machine add this to pre-commit.bat:
# perl <path-to-script>\check-case-insensitive.pl %1


--- Paul Koning <pkoning@equallogic.com> wrote:

> >>>>> "x" == x nooby <x> writes:
> x> I am going to guess this is not possible to do,
> but I am trying to
> x> find a way to solve the Windows/Subversion
> case-insensitivity
> x> problem without loading Perl on to the Windows
> server.
> x> The Windows server admins would prefer not to
> load Perl on to the
> x> Windows servers, so I am trying to find another
> way. My users use
> x> TortoiseSVN, so I tried looking for a solution
> there too, but
> x> still have not found one.
> x> If this problem can *only* be solved via Perl
> hookscripts, I
> x> should be able to install Perl - but if there is
> anyother way,
> x> that would be better.
> Perl? The sample hook script is in Python, I
> believe. You could of
> course port it to your favorite other language, but
> I don't quite
> understand this sysadmin resistance. Doesn't
> everyone love a
> scripting language? :-)
> paul

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