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RE: lock:// protocol hacked in

From: Craig L. Ching <cching_at_mqsoftware.com>
Date: 2003-11-03 18:10:56 CET

> I have hacked in a lock protocol in my working copy. I added a
> libsvn_ra_lock directory and implemented it as a new RA
> layer. I choose
> to do this because I thought this functionality is a property of the
> repository location, not of the repository itself.
Does it do the right thing (e.g. stop an operation) if someone uses file:// to access the repository? It seems to me that the lock is a repo setting and NOT a user setting. At least I wouldn't rely on my users specifying lock:// to access a shared repository. Just a thought.

> David Kopp

Received on Mon Nov 3 18:11:46 2003

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