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Re: committing and locks

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-15 20:46:55 CEST

On Apr 15, 2005, at 1:30 PM, SteveKing wrote:

> Hi,
> Since I don't have a windows binary of the CL client available right
> now I ask here:
> If a user has two files locked, one of them modified, do both files
> get the lock removed if a 'svn ci' is done?

Yes, we decided that 'svn commit' will, by default, release any locks
that it discovers while walking over the working copy -- even if the
files are unmodified.

This behavior can be overridden with 'svn ci --no-unlock'. There's
also a runtime option in ~/.subversion/config for it.

> What happens with an 'svn ci file1 file2'?

The modified file's changes are committed, and both locks are released.

> And on another subject:
> Will the 1.2 windows binary be built against the berkeley db 4.2 or
> 4.3? I'd like to link TSVN against the same version the CL client
> does.

For 1.1.x, it's always been BDB 4.2.52. For 1.2, it will be 4.3.27.

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