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Aw: Re: [TSVN] Repository Browser: "Break Lock"

From: Stefan Hoffmeister <google.groups_at_arcor.de>
Date: 2005-09-29 16:10:08 CEST

> Simon Large <simon@skirridsystems.co.uk>

> Locks are held in working copies so you cannot acquire a lock from repo
> browser.

My understanding is that lock information is propagated to working copies, but that the server enforces the lock? I suppose that an "Update" operation would transport a server-generated lock to the client at some stage?

If locks can only be acquired in the presence of a working copy, then this would be something in Subversion that I'd rather see redone: Generally speaking I believe there is value in simply telling the server to lock a file - it allows lock operations without requiring a working copy.

> > An alternative to not showing any lock action for directories would
> > be to show unconditionally offer "recursively acquire locks" and
> > "recursively break locks" for directories in the repository browser.
> Recursively breaking locks would not be very friendly ;-)

Why not? After a recursive "acquire lock" operation, it would be the most user-friendly option to offer ;-)


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