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Svn:needs-lock no longer stops checkins on non locked files.

From: Thompson, Graeme (AELE) <Graeme.Thompson_at_smiths-aerospace.com>
Date: 2007-04-23 11:38:48 CEST

Hi,

The svn:needs-lock property used to prevent commits to files that had
not been locked, but with 1.4.3 it is allowing commits to files that are
not locked and have the svn:needs-lock property.

E.g.

Foo has the property need-lock set.
Foo is not locked
User a changes the file, even though it is read only.
User a commits foo

With 1.4.3 this completes successfully even though the file is not
locked.

Around a year ago using a version around 1.2.3 the commit would have
been rejected...

Is there any way to get the desired behaviour of rejecting the commit
when it is not locked using 1.4.3?

Thanks,

Graeme

 
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