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Re: [TSVN] TortoiseSVN no-unlock vs. svn command-line no-unlock on Windows using svn 1.2.1

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-07-28 18:46:36 CEST

Philip Bondi wrote:

> My C:\Documents and Settings\philb\Application Data\Subversion\config
> file has no-unlock = yes
> no-unlock seems to work fine for me from the command line using:
> [1161] $ svn --version
> svn, version 1.2.1 (r15230)
> compiled Jul 22 2005, 10:23:40
> However, using TortoiseSVN it always sets my files back to read-only
> after commit.

The commit dialog in TSVN has a checkbox at the bottom for this. If you
check it, the locks are kept. If you uncheck it, the locks get released.

> This feature is important to me, so I tested carefully. Autoprops is
> less important to me, but also it does not seem to work, but I did not
> test it very carefully.

autoprops work perfectly fine in TSVN.

> The ssh = plink configuration should be spelled out more clearly in the
> documentation.

What do you think is missing in the documentation?


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