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[Subclipse-users] Re: Some questions

From: Fernando P. Nájera Cano <subclipse_at_fernandonajera.com>
Date: 2006-03-16 14:55:25 CET

Excuse me...

All of this as of Subclipse 0.9.108 on Eclipse 3.0.2.

Best regards,

Fernando Najera

Quoting "Fernando P. Nájera Cano" <yo@FernandoNajera.com>:

> Hello,
> I'm a new user of Subclipse, although I've been using TortoiseSVN for a long
> time. In just a few hours working with it I've found it very comfortable, so
> thank you for this product!
> I noticed it works quite similar to TSVN, and I understand that they are
> different products, but as they basicly do the same stuff, there some
> questions
> I have for you:
> 1) When I try to lock a file that is already locked by other user, the error
> message doesn't tell me who that user is. How can I find it out?
> 2) Related to the previous question, is there any way to see all the
> files that
> others have locked? In TSVN, you can go to "Check for modifications" and then
> click on "Check Repository" and you can see that information. I expected that
> the Synchronize view would give me that information, but I haven't
> found it in
> neither that view nor any other SVN view.
> 3) Is there any way to see all the files I have locked but not
> modified? I can't
> find it, and it is very useful: without it, I can lock a file
> "forever" without
> noticing! It is also important if you revert a file, as it is still locked by
> you.
> As I cannot (don't kwow how to) see all the files I have locked, I
> expected that
> maybe they would be shown in Pending operations or even in the Commit window:
> TSVN does both, one in Check for modifications window, and they are
> also shown
> in the commit window (a commit to those files just does an Unlock on them, as
> they are not modified, TSVN shows you nothing has changed but they are locked
> by you).
> I understand this is a different product from TSVN, and I agree they are no
> meant to be exact either in behaviour or look, but it seems (as far
> as I tried)
> that lock information is missing.
> Can you lead me to the right way, please? I tried searching this list
> by "lock"
> <http://subclipse.tigris.org/servlets/SearchList?list=users&searchText=lock&defaultField=body&Search=Search>
> but nothing is shown. I guess tigris search is faulty...
> Thank you in advance!
> Best regards,
> Fernando Najera
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