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Re: Commit dialog pre-selecting files locked and changed by other users

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2012 23:11:02 +0200

On 20.04.2012 22:52, Jos Groot Lipman wrote:
> For our PHP application three developers work in a shared Working Copy
> that is mapped to our development webserver.
> We have set the svn:needlock on all files so they lock the files before
> starting an edit in one of them.
> This system works perfectly for us but there is one small annoyance:
> when you start commit the dialog shows all changed files with the
> checkbox selected.
> Unfortunately this includes all files locked (and edited) by other
> developers. TortoiseSVN knows this perfectly well (it shows that the
> files are locked).
> As you will never be able to commit the files that are locked by someone
> else, could at least the checkbox be unselected for these files?

Sorry, that will never happen.
Because what you're doing is asking for trouble. You must not share
working copies. Never. Ever.
Each developer must use his or her own working copy.

Also, having a working copy on a network share is just painfully slow.


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