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Re: Mixed case file names

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-12-14 15:40:36 CET

>>>>> "Turaukar" == Turaukar Yur <yuraukar@hotmail.com> writes:

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

 Turaukar> Why does SVN insist that the file name and the repository
 Turaukar> name are the same? ...

 Turaukar> A simple hook could then convert all file names in
 Turaukar> uppercase to resolve issues with mixed case.

No, it wouldn't. The issue isn't mixed case, and converting to all
upper case doesn't help. The issue is that there are two files whose
names are distinct in Unix but considered equal in Windows (and Mac).

Case issues are one cause of this. Unicode encoding problems are
another. But converting file names to a single form won't help
that. You could help it by converting file names that clash to unique
names, like filen~01.txt... :-) but that's rather ugly...


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