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Sortable vs sortable causes issues on case insensitive filesystems #3650

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zpao opened this Issue Jul 25, 2014 · 18 comments

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zpao commented Jul 25, 2014

Simply checking out cdnjs results in a file being modified because you have https://github.com/cdnjs/cdnjs/tree/master/ajax/libs/Sortable and https://github.com/cdnjs/cdnjs/tree/master/ajax/libs/sortable. It's not just my fs though, it looks like you own site can't handle this (search for "sortable" and you see the summary for Sortable but view the page and it's sortable).

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Yep, this is a known issue. We are still brain storming a solution, as we can't remove things from the CDN, we are all ears if anyone has any ideas...

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thomasdavis commented Jul 25, 2014

Yep, this is a known issue. We are still brain storming a solution, as we can't remove things from the CDN, we are all ears if anyone has any ideas...

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Sorry for that, as @thomasdavis said, we are finding a good solution for it, and I think there is a workaround for Mac now.

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PeterDaveHello commented Jul 26, 2014

Sorry for that, as @thomasdavis said, we are finding a good solution for it, and I think there is a workaround for Mac now.

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I was able to work around this using a sparse checkout: http://briancoyner.github.io/blog/2013/06/05/git-sparse-checkout/

Pretty annoying on Windows though.

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xirzec commented Sep 16, 2014

I was able to work around this using a sparse checkout: http://briancoyner.github.io/blog/2013/06/05/git-sparse-checkout/

Pretty annoying on Windows though.

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ref issue ticket: #3792

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PeterDaveHello commented Sep 17, 2014

ref issue ticket: #3792

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This is an issue on OS X. And those workarounds don't seem to work, @PeterDaveHello.

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gf3 commented Sep 25, 2014

This is an issue on OS X. And those workarounds don't seem to work, @PeterDaveHello.

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Have you tried it @gf3? I thought case-sensitive filesystem on OS X will help.

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PeterDaveHello commented Sep 25, 2014

Have you tried it @gf3? I thought case-sensitive filesystem on OS X will help.

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HFS+ is case insensitive by default.

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zpao commented Sep 25, 2014

HFS+ is case insensitive by default.

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But you can create a case-sensitive, right?

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PeterDaveHello commented Sep 25, 2014

But you can create a case-sensitive, right?

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Yes, you can but (and I'm guesstimating) 97% of people don't.

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zpao commented Sep 25, 2014

Yes, you can but (and I'm guesstimating) 97% of people don't.

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you can run into serious issues when formatting a mac as case-sensitive. it is not recommended.

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gf3 commented Sep 25, 2014

you can run into serious issues when formatting a mac as case-sensitive. it is not recommended.

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So I just said that is workaround ... not a solution ...

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PeterDaveHello commented Sep 26, 2014

So I just said that is workaround ... not a solution ...

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hassankhan Sep 28, 2014

+1 for fixing this, I can't commit. Every time I try to stage my own files, git complains about index.lock (doesn't exist).

+1 for fixing this, I can't commit. Every time I try to stage my own files, git complains about index.lock (doesn't exist).

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#3792 may help also

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PeterDaveHello commented Sep 30, 2014

#3792 may help also

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