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Capital Directory Name Issue

Hi,

I am getting this issue, bitbucket do not update case sensitive names, i am facing this issue that first i have made all folder names Capital like src->LOGIN->Login.js, and push my code to bitbucket, After that i have to change my folder names in normal like src->Login->Login.js and push my code to bitbucket, But still the Bitbucket  folder names are in Capital i.e src->LOGIN->Login.js, How to solve this ? kindly help.

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Hi @umer and welcome to the community!

I would like to ask some questions so I can better help you:

1. What operating system do you use on the computer where you work on the clone of your Bitbucket repos?

2. What is the version of git on this computer? (You can find this by running git --version on terminal)

3. How did you change the name of the folders?
Did you execute some commands in terminal, and if so which ones?
Or did you use a GUI file manager?

4. After you changed the folder names, did Git detect them as changed, and were you able to commit the changes in the folder names?

Kind regards,
Theodora

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