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Re: Tortoise and its locking method

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 18:20:30 +0100

mchlwvr614 wrote:
> I have created a post-lock hook script that functions properly, sends out
> emails etc. The only problem I am having is that if I want to get a lock on
> three files, it locks the three individually, I get 3 emails. I know in the
> snv lock command you can get locks on multiple files and when the hook runs
> it will pass the list of locked files, one per line, to stdin of the hook.
> Is there anyway I can get tortoise to do this or does it only lock one at a
> time?

TSVN locks all selected files in one step. But of course, unlike the svn
client it uses absolute paths, not relative paths. Maybe that's why your
script sends out three mails instead of just one?

Stefan

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