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Re: weakness in locking UI

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-01-04 20:09:35 CET

rooneg@gmail.com wrote on 01/04/2006 01:47:47 PM:

> On 1/4/06, Mark Phippard <markp@softlanding.com> wrote:
> > Is there any specific reason they want this? It just doesn't sound
like a
> > real requirement, it sounds more like the sort of idea you would come
> > with as a result of trying to solve some other problem, such as
> > the lock info locally in decorators.
> It sounds to me like they're using locks as an indicator of who's
> currently working on a file, and they want to list who's holding locks
> as a way to see who's doing what. Seems like a reasonable use case to
> me.

One other thing that hasn't been mentioned yet and that is the hooks.
Weren't the hooks designed and intended to let you plugin in mailer.py to
send lock notifications? That doesn't really solve the problem but I
thought I would remind sussman of that feature since he did not mention

It sounds like a web page that runs and displays svnadmin lslocks might be
the right answer.


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