Le mercredi 27 août 2014 18:42:17 UTC+2, Konstantin Khomoutov a écrit :
> On Wed, 27 Aug 2014 07:44:11 -0700 (PDT)
> There's no such thing as "git-scm": "Git" is this particular SCM system
> and its official native Windows port is called "Git for Windows"
> (and this is what TortoiseGit is using).
Think you for this precision
> As to the problem at hand: try messing with the core.ignorecase
> Git configuration variable .
> Note that NTFS (the file system used by default in Windows) is
> case *preserving* but case insensitive. That is, if you're creating a
> file named "bLAh", it will be stored exactly as "bLAh" but you won't be
> able to create an entry named "BlaH" in the same directory, and
> searching for "BlaH" will find "bLAh".
Only in the default NTFS configuration:
Look at the meaning of
explain here <https://cygwin.com/cygwin-ug-net/using-specialnames.html>.
I need it because my project is not *my* project, and it coming from UNIX
world and I have in the same directory the file 'a' and 'A'.
In can set core.ignorecase = false
but In my test, after mv a A git see the new file 'A' but don't see any
change on 'a'.
cygwin git does (with posix=1 in /cygdrive mount).
How can I configure msys-git with mount option posix=1 for C:' ?
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