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Re: Filenames in the repository and in the working copy - what's legal?

From: Kenneth Porter <shiva_at_sewingwitch.com>
Date: 2006-08-30 04:47:34 CEST

--On Tuesday, August 29, 2006 8:11 AM -0500 Ted Dennison
<dennison@ssd.fsi.com> wrote:

> I have to get a list of every file file SVN knows about, and compare the
> files SCC asks for with the files on SVN's list. Not only is this
> slooooooow, but it isn't exactly bulletproof, as there's nothing stopping
> SCC from asking for files from different SVN repositories. Also, there's
> no good way to know when I might need to update my list due to external
> operations.

FWIW, Samba has the same issue with case, so you might look at how it
solves it.

I'm trying to convert a Windows VSS archive to Subversion and some
developer long ago named a file with the elipse character (ASCII 0x85) in
it, which Linux ext3 doesn't like. So if this code ever gets ported (say,
using winelib), those files are going to cause me more grief.

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