Good stuff! Thank you very much, this idea better than my)  
С уважением,
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10.12.2014, 23:56, "Lars Ellenberg" <>:

On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 09:49:49PM +0100, Lars Ellenberg wrote:

 On Sun, Nov 30, 2014 at 09:56:19PM +0300, Paul A. Gusev wrote:
     Today i have some troubles with mysql backend.
     If you make two files with name in different registers (i.e. 1.jpg
     and 1.JPG) in the same directory , csync2 cannot work corretly.
 Works for me, though.

 Which mysql version?
 Is your mysql db / table created with some insensitive "collate" setting?

 It should be created with a binary (or case sensitive) collate setting.
 Maybe we should change the create database statement to explicitly
 include that, instead of putting a BINARY in every sql statement?
 Can you check if that works for you, too?

Hm. No, that alone would not do it, considering trailing space padding :-(
The create table statements needs to be changed to "TEXT BINARY NOT NULL".
That should be good enough.


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