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Subversion conflating paths.

From: Tess Snider <malkyne_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-17 04:28:35 CET

I'm posting here first, because this appears to be a subversion
problem, rather than a Tortoise problem. Specifically, one of our
artists came to me complaining that Subversion was telling him that a
file he was attempting to commit already existed. I decided to go see
what was going on (whether it was ye olde capitalization error, or
some other problem). What I found was fairly baffling.

Specifically, the file that Subversion is complaining is already there
is NOT, in fact, the file he is attempting to commit. It has the same
name, but it's in a different part of the file tree.

Here is a screenshot, demonstrating the problem:

As you can see, the file it is attempting to send is NOT the same file
it is complaining about.

This is pretty nuts. Does anyone have any idea why this might be happening?


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