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Re: Mixed case file names

From: Turaukar Yur <yuraukar_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-14 10:10:08 CET

Here is a suggestion how to handle the situation (and a similar problem that
I have with file names containing a version number):

Why does SVN insist that the file name and the repository name are the same?
Would it be an idea to allow hooks to implement a mapping on
checkin/checkout (i.e. overwrite the default names) and/or to allow command
line switches to specify the file name (i.e. checkin file x as repository
item y).

A simple hook could then convert all file names in uppercase to resolve
issues with mixed case. Another set of hooks could do more, like for my
problem remove the version number on checkin and append it on checkout.

Would this be difficult to implement? Or is this even possible today?
Any comments?

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