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Re: "Locked" messages useless

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2005-10-16 18:48:45 CEST

On 10/16/05, Ingo Adler <dev@synacon.ch> wrote:

> Then I could start to look for it. For instance I could ask 'iar' and
> point him to the locked file.

What information do you need? The error message has already told you
(1) the locked path, (2) which repository it's in, and (3) the user
who locked it. If you need more still more information about the
lock, you could run 'svn info URL-of-file', and you then know (4) the
date the lock was created and (5) the lock-comment written by 'iar',
if he wrote one.

That's 3 pieces of lock information for free, and 2 more if you run
'svn info URL'. None of these things are useless 'server internal'
information. All of them are designed to let you know about the
repository lock that iar made, so you can chat with him if need be.

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