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Re: lock:// protocol hacked in

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-11-03 19:01:20 CET

Minor caveat - the comment in svn_ra_local__is_lock says it attempts the lock.

It does not. It just determines if a lock was requested and changes the URL to
a file:// if it is. Sorry. My mistake.

-- 
Shamim Islam
BA BS
Files said:
> David,
>
>> 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.
>
> Would you consider something of the following sort? I notice yours is rather
> extensive and requires a lot of syncing of issues if ra_local changes even a
> little.
>
> It complies more directly with Greg Hudson's suggestion of piggybacking on
> ra_local.
>
> Just a suggestion.
>
> --
> Shamim Islam
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