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Git, git extensions and the case-sensitive thing...

As a general rule, I always use some kind of source control on all my projects. For the matter of fact I use GIT even when some people might find that weird, being myself a .NET developer .... But hey... GIT is in my opinion the best things out there when it comes to really good team development tools. Then the second part is to use it with people online, for that is pretty good, and the final part is a good add-in for Visual Studio or a shell extension. I use Git-Extensions for all that and so far, except for the little problem I am going to explain here, I have no complains at all. The problem: Git branches are case-sensitive, so you can have "test" and "TEST" as different branches, and it will work fine if you use linux as a client. But when using git-extensions from Windows, and ran into a huge problem, where one of my friends was pushing code and I was not able to see it. She was uploading code to same branch but just with different casing. Is