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Re: problems with get lock icon

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 17:52:24 +0200

Karlos wrote:
> OK. I know how to reproduce the icon problem. Steps:
> 1. add a new file "File.bad" with "read only" attribute in the working
> copy, without property svn:needs_lock
> 2. add a new file "File.ok" normal attribute in the working copy, with
> property svn:needs_lock
> 3. commit to repository
> 4. get lock for both files.
> 5. "file1.bad" icon is wrong
> 6. "file2.ok" icon is ok.

Yes, unfortunately the svn lib doesn't remove the readonly attribute
anymore when getting a lock. So "file1.bad" still has the readonly
attribute, and that's why the icon overlay is wrong.


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