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RE: Locking & V1.4

From: Shakespeare, Simon \(Pensions\) <Simon.Shakespeare_at_capita.co.uk>
Date: 2006-09-18 17:41:58 CEST

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Phippard [mailto:markp@softlanding.com]
> Sent: 18 September 2006 16:20
> To: Shakespeare, Simon (Pensions)
> Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: Locking & V1.4
> "Shakespeare, Simon \(Pensions\)"
> <Simon.Shakespeare@capita.co.uk> wrote
> on 09/18/2006 11:14:11 AM:
> > Hi - Can anyone tell me if locking has changed in the latest 1.4
> release.
> > I guess it has as I'm no longer able to do "svn help lock"
> this gives
> > "unknown command".
> > I can't find any documentation on what's changed - If I try to lock
> > a file via my client (Tortoise) I get "server doesn't
> support the lock
> command".
> > The repository was created using the latest release i.e. 1.4 & the
> > server was started using svnserve -d -r /pathtorep.
> >
> > Thanks for any help & can you cc me in on any replies - Simon
> I just tried it with the Windows 1.4 binaries and it worked:
> C:\svn-win32-1.4.0\bin>svn help lock
> lock: Lock working copy paths or URLs in the repository, so that
> no other user can commit changes to them.
> usage: lock TARGET...
> Use --force to steal the lock from another user or working copy.
> Valid options:
> --targets arg : pass contents of file ARG as
> additional args
> -m [--message] arg : specify lock comment ARG
> -F [--file] arg : read lock comment from file ARG
> --force-log : force validity of log message source
> --encoding arg : treat value as being in charset
> encoding ARG
> --username arg : specify a username ARG
> --password arg : specify a password ARG
> --no-auth-cache : do not cache authentication tokens
> --non-interactive : do no interactive prompting
> --config-dir arg : read user configuration files
> from directory
> --force : force operation to run
> Are you sure a pre 1.2 version of the binaries is not in your PATH or
> something? Try svn --version.
> Mark
Thanks Mark - It's *nix but I think that you might be right.
I also have the installation for v1.3 in my path while I test out 1.4.
I've fiddled about with paths & such like & re-started the server but I
still get the problem. If no one else has this problem then I guess it will
sort itself out when I release to the standard installation directory.

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