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Problem with auto-props patterns

From: Kelley T-Freytag <kfreytag_at_fnal.gov>
Date: 2006-06-13 19:28:17 CEST

I am trying to automatically set a svn property on a file
called scu.exe. I want the property set regardless of
the case of the file name, e.g both scu.exe and SCU.EXE.
Putting scu.exe in the config file catches the lower case only.
Putting something like [Ss][Cc][Uu].[Ee][Xx][Ee] doesn't work
at all. If I have both :

scu.exe : svn:executable
SCU.EXE : svn:executable

in the config file, it will only attach the property on
the first definition it comes across: in other words, for
the example above filenames in lowercase are set but upper
case are not; and if you switch the order (put the upper
case first in the file) then it attaches the property only
on the upper case file.

Obviously, from the documentation, the * regular expression
wild-card works. What other regular expressions work? Why
doesn't 2 different names work?

Using svn: 1.2.1 on Linux,
            1.3 on Windows
and am seeing the same behavior on both.


Kelley Trombly-Freytag
Fermi Nation Accelerator Laboratory

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