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RE: Re: Feature / Bug - File lock icon, checking for modifications

From: Edward Harvey <eharvey_at_chilsemi.com>
Date: 2006-04-24 23:11:21 CEST

> Concurrent access is not a problem.
> The only problem you could face right now is if you would use
> a TSVN nightly build from the 'latest' folder. That one is
> linked with Subversion trunk, and that one uses a newer wc
> format. So once you've accessed your working copy with an
> 1.4.x client, you can't access it anymore with an older client.
> But as long as you use the official TSVN release, you won't
> have that problem.

It is good to know that subversion and tortoisesvn are able to work
side-by-side on a client, this would indeed enable people to silently
perform automatic updates, with a (hopefully minimal) amount of
scripting.

But there is still no way to perform automatic checking, without
performing an automatic update.

Which of course implies there's no way to change a client's icon to
indicate that someone else has done something to the file.

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