On Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 5:24 PM, Larry Martell <larry.mart...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I created a dir on my Mac called Rollup, and pushed it out. Then went
> to a CentOS box, pulled it, and realized I wanted to call it RollUp
> (capital U). I renamed it, and pushed out the change. Went back to the
> Mac and did a pull - it said it created the RollUp dir, but it did not
> - it was still called Rollup. I reamed it, but status did not pick up
> the change. Then I checked out a branch that had Rollup, but it was
> gone there - no Rollup or RollUp. I did a merge and then RollUp was
> created.
> I know the Mac is somewhat inconsistent with how it deals with case, e.g.:
> $ ls
> RollUp
> $ ls -d Rollup
> Rollup
> $ ls -d RollUp
> RollUp
> $ find . -name Rollup -print
> $ find . -name RollUp -print
> ./RollUp
> So I guess I can understand git also being inconsistent there. But
> what really got me was the dir being gone on the branch.
> Is all this expected behavior?

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