I use gvim in a windows environment and have ClearCase for source control.
My problem is that windows paths aren't case-sensitive, however, ClearCase enforces case sensitivity. So, when editing a file in gvim, the path isnt necessarily cased properly (e.g., c:\WiNdOwS\Something.txt vs. C:\Windows\Something.txt), so when I try to check the file out the current working file in gvim via the command line, ClearCase barfs and complains that it can't find the file.
C:\WiNdOwS\Something.txt --> C:\Windows\Something.txt ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^
Is there any way to:
- make vim autocorrect path casing, or,
- make clearcase not care about casing
Right now I have to either make sure the path case is correct or open windows explorer whenever I want to do anything to a file that's source control-related... which totally sucks.