[Cvsnt] Regular expression in loginfo : Is it case sensitive ?

Tony Hoyle tmh at nothing-on.tv
Fri Jun 21 13:23:04 BST 2002

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On Thu, 20 Jun 2002 22:10:01 +0100, Arvind Raman wrote:

> ^Utils g:\cvstools\cvsntupd.exe
> g:\database\video\utilsroot\cvsroot %{}
> I have the above mentioned line in my loginfo file to automatically
> update my shadow folder. (I prefer keeping a checked-out copy of the
> files in the database).
> I am not sure but I believe that the regular expression being specified
> here is a case sensitive one, that is to say, if somebody checks-out the
> module "Utils" by specifying something like "UTILS" to the cvs checkout
> command, when he tries to commit his set of modified files to the
> database, a pattern match wouldn't occur.
The match is against the name of the modules as CVS sees it, not what the
user specifies, so it won't be a problem unless someone renames it and
changes the case.

That said, I think I've nailed down all the places where it was case
sensitive, so it should work anyhow.

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