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"Locked" messages useless

From: Ingo Adler <dev_at_synacon.ch>
Date: 2005-10-16 11:01:37 CEST


I try to lock a file which is already locked and get the message:

svn: Path '/trunk/sprints/Sprints.mdb' is already locked by user 'iar'
in filesystem 'C:/Daten/svnroot/myrepo/db'

What shall I do with the information "in filesystem

It tells me where the repository is. But I cannot access the repository
directly. I use Subversion for that. I wouldn't want to access the
repository directly. Would it help, if I could access it? Probably not.
I don't even want to know where it is physically - I use svn:// and http://.

Another information would be much more helpful, details about the locker.
- on computer 'ABC' with ip '123.456.678' in location

Then I could start to look for it. For instance I could ask 'iar' and
point him to the locked file.
I think this information would be more useful than some server internals
which nobody cares about.


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