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Auto-Props and uppercase file extensions

From: GŁnter Gratzer <Guenter.Gratzer_at_abf.co.at>
Date: 2007-03-13 14:09:38 CET


I have the following problem with the auto-prop feature. We have filenames with upper and lowercase characters in the repository, e.g. *.fmb and *.FMB.

If I specifiy it like this in the config file


*.FMB = svn:needs-lock

*.fmb = svn:needs-lock


only the files with uppercase file extensions will get the svn:needs-lock property.

If I include only *.fmb = svn:needs-lock in the config file then only the files with lowercase file extensions will get the property.


Is there a bug or must I specify it different in the config file?


I'm using svn V1.4.3 and Tortoise V1.4.3 on Windows XP, the repository is on a SUSE LINUX 10.0 with subversion 1.4.3


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