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Re: Bug when setting needs:lock property

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2009 19:52:20 +0100

On 16.12.2009 19:12, Gabriel Andrade wrote:
> Hello!
> When I added a new folder to my local directory and then to the SVN
> repository, and then added locally the svn:needs-lock property
> recursively, TortoiseSVN added the property to the files on the online
> repository, but it *didn't set the read-only property to my local
> files.* Although, when I manually delete the local files and Update my
> local folder, the files downloaded from the online repository do come
> with read-only set properly.

You should ask for this feature on the Subversion mailing list. While I
could implement this in TSVN, it would be much better if this happens
automatically for all svn clients.


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