On Thu, 15 May 2014 00:32:39 +0800
罗勇刚(Yonggang Luo) <luoyongg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I report to here because it's not a problem of msysgit, I was ask git
> do the following things:
> when commit newly added files, check the filename if its can be used
> under multiple environment.
> such as | for example is illegal under Windows.
This requirement has no sense: Git can potentially work on an unbounded
number of filesystems so there's no sensible way to implement such a
check in Git itself.
Another thing to consider is that if a developer knows up front that
their code will ever be worked with on systems having only, say,
POSIX-compliant filesystems (which only prohibit NUL and '/' in the
pathnames of the files they store), they might as well decide to use "|"
or "?" or whatever other funny characters in the names of files they use
in the project -- why not?
What you *can* do though is to write (and distribute among your
developers) a pre-commit hook  which will check the files about to be
committed and abort the commit if it finds something strange.
Another option is to implement such checking in a centralized
repository, if you have one.
All in all, I think your problem is a purely political one, not
techincal: I don't think it's that hard to circulate a message among
your developers stating that they should use only simple names for
their files. Those who fail that can be routinely penalized using
methods known for centuries.
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