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Re: Can I see who has a file locked within Eclipse

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-14 17:29:34 CEST

"Andy Coombes" <andy.coombes@eppixcomm.com> wrote on 09/14/2005 11:28:02

> When I try and lock a file, if someone else has it locked, it gives me
> error. What it doesn’t tell me is who has it locked.
> Reading through the SubVersion info, this information is available if
you ask
> for info of the controlled file but I can’t see where to get at this
> information within Subclipse.
> There isn’t an option to see the properties of a file within an SVN
> (which is where I would have assumed it would be).
> Is there a way of seeing who has a file locked?
> I am using the latest Subclipse 0.9.34.
> Can someone help?

There is no such option in Subclipse at this time.

Your idea of a properties/info option in the repository browser is a good
one. You can enter an enhancement request in the issue tracker if you


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