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git: fix includeIf on Windows by uppercasing drive letter (#40354) #50376
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This fixes #40354.
Git's includeIf feature by default matches the path against the current working directory in a case sensitive manner.
VS Code launches Git using a current working directory with a lowercase drive letter, while everything else uses an uppercase drive letter, so includeIf directives that work everywhere else don't work in VS Code.
This commit borrows the fix from #9448, which manually uppercases the drive letter for Windows.