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[TSVN] Committing non-modified-but-locked files

From: Fernando P. Nájera Cano <tortoisesvn_at_fernandonajera.com>
Date: 2005-09-30 00:10:07 CEST


I came across this today. I had a directory full of locked files: I
was going to change their properties. I did it and it results all of
them had the property already set so I didn't make any change -- I
didn't know that yet.

I went to commit dialog to see if some of it was changed. They where
checked with text-status 'normal' and lock-status 'locked'. So commit
button was available. With all of them checked, I click OK and nothing

I know there were no file to send to the repository, but as long as
'Keep locks' was unchecked, I expected the locks to disapear. Instead
of that, locks were still there, and I had to unlock them via 'Unlock'

Is this behaviour intended? I find it a little confusing.

Best regards,

Fernando Nájera

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