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Re: svn:needs-lock question (and bug)

From: Joseph Bruni <Joe.Bruni_at_bestwestern.com>
Date: 2005-04-08 23:53:05 CEST

The value '*' should work. This is similar to the svn:executable
property which gets a default value of '*'.


On Apr 8, 2005, at 2:46 PM, Stephen Davis wrote:

> What is the general recommended practice for setting a property like
> "svn:needs-lock" that doesn't need a value? "svn ps svn:needs-lock
> filename" barfs b/c no value is specified. One could use 1, true,
> yes, "", etc. Since the value is irrelevant, it doesn't really matter
> but I was just wondering if the community had settled on anything.
> One problem is that someone might think they can change the value to
> "false" and it will turn off the locking requirement when in fact this
> is not the case. Is "" the best choice?

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