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Re: "Get Lock..." from modifications dialog shows bug tracker message

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 04 Dec 2013 21:58:34 +0100

On 04.12.2013 21:48, Ben Fritz wrote:
> We have the bugtraq:warnifnoissue property set on our project
> directory in SVN. This way, we get a pop-up warning dialog if we try
> to commit but fail to specify an issue number for our bug tracker.
> This is a good thing.
> But today I discovered that I also get this pop-up warning when I hit
> "OK" on the "Get Lock" dialog. But this only happens when I launch
> "Get Lock..." from the context menu on a modified file in the "Check
> for Modifications" dialog window. This is annoying, especially since
> there is no field to enter an issue number, and using the commit
> message pattern used for issue ID doesn't prevent the dialog.
> If I choose "Get Lock" from the normal TortoiseSVN menu on the file in
> Windows' file explorer, I do not get this warning message.
> I don't WANT to see this warning message on the Get Lock dialog. Is
> there a setting to prevent this? Or is this a bug?

This is a bug. I've created issue #597 for this:


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