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TortoiseSVN in allow-only-read-only-operations-mode

From: UnkName <Cristi.Arghiroiu_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2008 02:03:35 -0700 (PDT)


In our company we user svn by means of a in-house interface (something
like an explorer with a whole lot of functionalities that are meant to
ease/regulate our work - enforce code review and code ownerwhip -
stuff like this). Unfortunately there is no feasible explore/history/
differ on a branch (like you have in TortoiseSVN by using Commit and
spotting the differences). Therefore, we use TSVN to see what are the
differences in different branches (before using our internal tool to
check-in), inspect check-in history ...

My question is : can TSVN be configured to work in read-only mode such
that to avoid accidental deletes, check-ins ...?

For example: I want to see which are my differences before checking in
(for review purposes for instance) but not to acctually be allowed to
commit when accidentally hitting OK in the commit dialog.
As a side mention : I am less than a neophyte in svn issues. :)

Best regards

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Received on 2008-07-02 11:12:00 CEST

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