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Re: Case sensitivity for auto-props?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 06:34:16 -0500

On Apr 29, 2008, at 6:03 AM, Henrik Sundberg wrote:

> I realized that we have both .eap and .EAP files in our repository (I
> currently assume that it is to be allowed).
> Is the [auto-props] section case sensitive/insensitive for all file
> systems (operating systems)?
> The book says: "The auto-props section controls the Subversion
> client's ability to automatically set properties on files when they
> are added or imported. It contains any number of key-value pairs in
> the format PATTERN = PROPNAME=PROPVALUE where PATTERN is a file
> pattern that matches a set of filenames and the rest of the line is
> the property and its value. Multiple matches on a file will result in
> multiple propsets for that file"
> If it is case sensitive on Linux, I will need to add both .EAP and
> .eap properties, but that will give dubble definitions it it is
> insensitive on Windows.
> What to do?

I believe it is case-sensitive, and that you should define it like this:

*.[eE][aA][pP] = svn:mime-type=what/ever

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