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Re: Mixed case file names

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2005-12-13 23:49:40 CET

Rich Knox wrote:
> We periodically run into an issue where two files whose names differ
> only in case get checked in to the repository. When a Windows user does
> an update, they get a message saying that a file of the same name
> already exists. Is there any option we can set that will cause the
> repository to behave in a case insensitive manner? That is, if someone
> tries to add Foo.txt, and there is already a foo.txt, then the add will
> fail. Thanks.

In the Subversion source tree, you will find two hook scripts that
prevent the commit of files that only differ in case.


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