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Re: Lock problem

From: Peter N. Lundblad <peter_at_famlundblad.se>
Date: 2005-06-23 10:57:16 CEST

On Thu, 23 Jun 2005, Anthony Muller wrote:

> 1) update a file 'foo.txt'
> 2) lock 'foo.txt'
> 3) when I look at lock owner in TortoiseSVN or using JavaSVN client, it
> is ok ('anthony')
> 4) locally delete the file (not using the subversion command)
> 5) update 'foo.txt' to get it again
> 6) look at look owner : no lock owner :o/
I ca't reproduce this using the command line client (on Linux, but I don't
think that matters). Could you try with the command line client and
produce a complete recipe?

> So, I'm trying to get a lock on the file => "Unable to lock because the
> file is already locked by 'anthony'"...
You have to steal the lock in such a case. (This can happen when you
switch to another working copy etc as well.) Don't know how to steal a
lock in TSVN.


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