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Re: Overlay Icons on parent folders

From: <gibsoa02_at_student.uwa.edu.au>
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 12:38:01 +0800

Quoting Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>:

> On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 7:14 AM, <gibsoa02_at_student.uwa.edu.au> wrote:
>> I originally had that train of thought but the thing which made me think
>> otherwise was when i looked at all the overlay icons in the options. There I
>> could see an example of a locked folder. Is this just an unused/redundant
>> icon? If so, is there any chance of adding an option for this feature?
> Remember that those lock icons are just overlays on top of the
> "regular" icon. Rather than code a special case in the Settings dialog
> box to not show the Locked overlay on folder icons, I imagine it's
> easier to just loop through all icon types and show the overlays.
> Any directory-locking feature would first require support from the
> Subversion libraries themselves. What would be the use case requiring
> such a feature?

The reason behind having a lock icon showing on the folder level is
because we have a development working folder accessed by all our
system programmers which contains multiple sub-projects that later
compile into one. When someone is working on a project, they are
required to lock it as it is mainly binary files. This is done at a
folder level.

I just thought it would be handy to show the lock icon on the folder
if there are any locked files inside as it would be easy for our
programmers to identify the lock state of the project. I hope I'm
making sense.

Thanks in advance.

Kind Regards,
Andre Gibson

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