Resolving Git Insensitivity to Case Sensitivity in Folder/File Names
If you’re a user of Git services or have a personal Git server, you’ve likely encountered the issue where Git doesn’t exhibit sensitivity to changes in the names of directories and files, treating every character as case-insensitive. This becomes problematic when you try to deploy code to production and face challenges due to this insensitivity.
In this blog post, I’ll guide you through the process of enabling case sensitivity for directory and file names in Git. Join me on this journey.
Resolving Git Insensitivity to Case Sensitivity in Folder and File Names
To address this issue, execute the following command in your project’s console or command line:
git config core.ignorecase false