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Re: Checkout every file as read-only; make some of them edita ble with a explicit command.

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-11-18 02:45:51 CET

On Nov 17, 2004, at 3:48 PM, Scott Palmer wrote:
> what about a svn 1.0 client using a 'file:' URL on a repository that
> was created with 1.2 and has 'svn:needs-lock' set on some files? Will
> that case be broken?

You are correct. If an svn 1.2 client (linked statically to libsvn_fs
1.2) creates a lock in the repository database, and then an svn 1.0
client (linked statically to libsvn_fs 1.0) tries to the change the
file, it will succeed in ignoring the lock... it won't even know that
the lock-tables are present.

A good argument not to use file:/// very often, I guess.

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