Re: [gtk-osx-users] Using localization with "Application" menu with the gtk mac integration library.

I don’t have a flash drive on me, and for as much work to setup a vm I can probably take a diff and just make 
it look like your patch format. If you have your system setup with this in mind, surly you can take the diff, 
patch it to a copied master and make the patch yourself in a couple of minutes.    Honestly, I really would 
love to make things easy for you, but this is getting way to much.  I’m not looking for credit, i don’t 
really deserve any.  It just needs to be in.

On Nov 22, 2014, at 12:36 PM, John Ralls <jralls ceridwen us> wrote:

On Nov 22, 2014, at 9:24 AM, Joshua Pettus <jshpettus gmail com> wrote:

Either way the command doesn’t seem to work. Do you know of an alternative for git to work?

You need to do it on a case-sensitive partition. If you have a Linux box or VM available that’s probably 
the easiest way. Failing that, format a USB stick using Disk Utility and with “case sensitive” checked (if 
you’re on Yoemite, it’s in the list drop-down that defaults to Mac OS Extended (Journaled) ).

Another option would be to copy the files to some other directory, using `git rm strings/*` to delete the 
existing ones, then copy or move the files back with the new names, then 
 git add strings/*
 git commit

After you’ve made the change in that repository, try pulling it into a repo on a case-preserving (i.e. 
normal) partition to make sure it works. 

John Ralls

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