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Re: Windows case-sensitive filesystem issues

From: Vineet Kumar <vineet_at_doorstop.net>
Date: 2006-10-06 00:17:18 CEST

* Ryan Schmidt (subversion-2006d@ryandesign.com) [061005 14:43]:
> On Oct 5, 2006, at 16:37, Eric Lemes wrote:
>
> >svnadmin create c:\svn\test
> >
> >svn checkout http://localhost:8080/svn/test test1
> >copy c:\test.txt .\test.txt
> >svn add test.txt
> >svn commit -m "Test"
> >
> >del .\test.txt
> >copy c:\test.txt .\TEST.TXT
> >svn add test.txt
> >svn commit -m "Test"
> >
> >svn checkout http://localhost:8080/svn/test test2
> >A test2\TEST.TXT
> >A test2\test.txt
> >svn: In directory 'test2'
> >svn: Can't copy 'test2\_svn\tmp\text-base\test.txt.svn-base' to
> >'test2\_svn\tmp\
> >test.txt.tmp.tmp': The system cannot find the file specified.

> The fact that you can have a local file called TEST.TXT, do "svn add
> test.txt", and Subversion adds it to the repository as test.txt
> instead of as TEST.TXT, is IMHO a bug.

Is there a bug here? It looks like the second time, Eric typed
"svn add test.txt", but the file was named TEST.TXT, and subversion
added it as TEST.TXT. I agree that if subversion added it as test.txt
that would be a bug, but I don't see any evidence that that's what
subversion is doing.

good times,
Vineet

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