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[TSVN] Locking files by selecting sub-folder.

From: Filipe Fernandes <fernandes.fd_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-19 05:34:58 CEST

Using TSVN 1.2.0 nightly r3734
Using fsfs via 'file://'

I've been testing out the new Locking feature that lets you lock the
contents of files by selecting a folder.

When I try to lock the entire working copy,

  ie. c:\work\source\code\project

where 'project' is the working copy, I get the following error message
under the "Locked Finished!" dialog box...

  Error: 'c:/work/source/code' is not a working copy

Please note the missing 'project' folder in the above error message.
When I try to do a subfolder instead...

  ie. c:\work\source\code\project\subproject

I get the following error message....

  Error: /project/subproject is not a file in filesystem 'c:/repository/db'

where 'c:/repository' is the location of the fsfs repository accessed
via the 'file://' protocol. It appears that an attempt to lock
'subproject' which is a folder was made, and rightly failed.

Sorry... it's late... haven't tried any of this with http.


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Received on Sun Jun 19 05:35:23 2005

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