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Re: Questions About SVN

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2006-04-28 14:48:17 CEST

Francesco Bramante wrote:
> Hallo people,

Why do you say that? You sent the mail to my personal address. Please
don't do that again; use the mailing list.

> I have a few questions about TortoiseSVN.
> First i would like to explain my problem :
> We are a web development company using subversion for our versioning
> Control. The problem we have is, all developers work on the same directory
> on a
> server. We need to add more features to automate the development and
> deployment process.
> Example:
> All project files at the development server are read only.
> Perhaps one developer opens a file for edit, before he could do so this file
> it should be locked,
> in this case we need a possibility to call an external script to do the
> following job:
> remove the read only state for this file.
> Is it possible to tell the TortoiseSVN please use an external script, bat or
> application to
> resolve this problem?

There is no facility for TSVN to call external scripts.

The problem you describe is already solved - just set the svn:needs-lock
property on your files. When you lock them they become writable, when
not locked they are read-only.

Of course if you are sharing a single working copy on a server, that
will not give you any protection at all. Each developer should be using
his own local working copy.


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Received on Fri Apr 28 14:47:33 2006

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