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Re: Tortoise and its locking method

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 18:54:53 +0100

mchlwvr614 wrote:
> Stefan,
> Thanks for the quick reply. I am locking files in a svnserve based server
> through the Tortoise GUI. I don't think this has to do with relative or
> absolute paths. The hook is being called three times from tortoise when
> locking three files? Also from reading the Automating tortoise appendix D
> it seems you can only lock one path at a time?

If the hook itself is called three times, then please try the following
with the command line client:

svn lock c:\project\file1 c:\project\file2 c:\project\file3 -m ""

(use absolute paths with the cl client).

If it also calls the hook three times, then you have to ask on the svn
mailing list for a solution.

Because TSVN calls the svn_client_lock() API with all paths, i.e.,
there's only one single call to svn_client_lock(), not three calls.


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