Working on mac's, we've kicked something out with PHPStorm and Subversion but being mosty ignorant about subversion internals (there's a reason why I use PHPStorm...)
So I thought I'd throw this issue out there and see if anyone else has experienced this...and what they've done to work-around the problem...
I'm using a Mac.
I create and commit some file in PHPStorm, and commit to the remote SVN repository using the IDE:
Later, I use the IDE to refactor the file name to:
Another developer decides to update his repository and he checks-out a file named:
...and, bonus, an svn error message:
svn: Checksum mismatch while updating 'Foo.bar.php.svn-base'; expected: '6497400dd99778cef7e820e591366895', actual: 'null'
If, from the Mac command line, he r&r's the file with subversion, it's still restored as:
I found this post which discusses the cause of the issue -- and the solution is to create something on your mac called " a sparse bundle disk image, formatted as case-sensitive journaled" and then the subversion will work fine.
So, like I said in the beginning, I was wondering if anyone else has encountered this issue and were they able to come-up with something less "intense" to solve the problem?