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Re: Local lock token

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2009 18:11:36 +0200

On 10.10.2009 16:17, zomirp cila wrote:
> Scenario with work and home computer. Using same username on both.
> After I lock an item on one of them, can I determine if the file is
> locked locally or remotely by me with TSVN command line tools?

Check-for-modifications dialog, click on "Check repository".
In the "Lock" column you will see which files are locked.
If the column isn't visible, right-click on the column header and select
it from the context menu.

With the CL client, you can do an
$ svn st -u
to see the locks.


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