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Re: Locking notification

From: George G Mills <millsgg_at_appliedbiosystems.com>
Date: 2005-10-26 15:11:33 CEST

Thanks, that will do the trick. I was aware that locking an existing lock
would get notified.

What version server and client supports needs-lock?

We are running 1.1.x

Johan Appelgren <johan.appelgren@gmail.com>
10/26/2005 02:15 AM

Subversion Mailing List <users@subversion.tigris.org>

Re: Locking notification

On 10/26/05, George G Mills <millsgg@appliedbiosystems.com> wrote:
> Svn Users,
> We are still new to svn and I wondered if there was a way that others
> connected to network can be notified of lock file if they attempt to
> it.
> Can a file or file type be tagged as requiring a lock to change? That
> do the trick too.
> The problem is too many files in C# .Net collide with developers and
> merge well. Like XXXForm.cs, and xxx.csproj files.
> This is killing us.
> George

Read about the svn property needs-lock in the nightly build of the
subversion book:

About notification, if a user tries to lock a file that is already
locked they will get notified that someone else already has a lock on
that file.


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