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

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2012 11:43:01 +0200


Op 21 apr. 2012 11:35 schreef "Jos Groot Lipman" <dontspam_at_home.nl> het
> > > I understand all your concerns about or workflow but I
> > would not call
> > > this 'adding a feature' but 'solving a bug': TortoiseSVN suggests
> > > committing files it knows cannot be committed.
> >
> > Committing locked but unmodified files is perfectly fine: in
> > that case the lock is removed.
> > And that's what we want. It's not a bug.
> I do not understand: these files are locked (and modified) by *other*
> people, not by me.
One working copy == one user for subversion.

> Does SVN allow me to commit files that are locked by
> other people without explicitly stealing the locks?

No, but all locks are owned by a working copy, and a commit *has* to cover
all modifications in a working copy.

Stop sharing working copies and your problem goes away.



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