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Re: case insensitivity revisited

From: Ted Dennison <dennison_at_ssd.fsi.com>
Date: 2006-10-26 20:13:10 CEST

James M. Lawrence wrote:
>> (a) the svn client could treat foo.h and Foo.h the same.
> I was hoping to get a response to this option. What if the svn client
> had an option (perhaps a compile option) which would cause this to
> never happen:
> enkidu% svn status
> ! Foo.h
> ? foo.h
I think we are talking about essentially the same thing. The only
difference is that I'm thinking of it as something done automatically
for you on case-insensitive OSes, rather than an option. The
implementation issues should still be the same.

Unless you were thinking of doing this *just* for the status command,
and not fixing updates and the other client commands?

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