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.cs files get randomly locked

From: Tsahi Asher <tsahi_75_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-12-19 10:05:45 CET

the only other tool i'm using is visual studio. i've seen this happen
on a clean checkout too, and the icon doesn't change if i make the file
writeable manually (through the file properties dialog).
i think, but i'm not sure, that it also happens with files that were
updated in the last Update.

please CC me in your reply, i'm not registered to the list.


On Dec 18, 2007 6:12 AM, Tsahi Asher <tsahi_75@yahoo.com> wrote:
> hi,
> i have TSVN 1.4.5, with a remote SVN server, also version 1.4.5. my
> client machine is WinXP SP2.
> the problem is that .cs (C#) files get randomly marked implicitly as
> needs-lock. i use the term "implicitly" because they don't really get
> the
> svn:needs-lock property, but they do get the gray V mark and their
> read-only bit is turned on. this makes it difficult to use TSVN.

I would look at other tools you're using, because *something* must be
setting the read-only bit. (T)SVN will only set a file read-only if
svn:needs-lock is set AFAIK. It sounds like TSVN uses the read-only
status of the file to indicate the file isn't available for editing
(which would make sense), so it's really a victim here, not the

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Received on Wed Dec 19 10:08:13 2007

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