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Re: Attempted commit to a file:/// repository leaves files locked

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-11-23 02:37:38 CET

Subclipse supports file:// just fine. Only the JavaSVN adapter doesn't
support it. I believe support is coming in a future version.

As for file locks, you need to be more specific as the "lock" term is used
in so many different ways.

1) A Subversion lock, like the svn lock command or Lock option in

2) Subversion internally uses locks when it is updating the WC and when
something fails it often leaves the WC "locked" until you run svn cleanup
or the Cleanup option in Subclipse.

3) Regular old filesystem locks.

For any of these, the problem would likely be with the adapter you are
using. If it is JavaSVN report the problem to tmate.org. If it is JavaHL
see if you can recreate the problem using the Subversion command line and
then report it on the Subversion users@ list.


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