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Re: locking question

From: Jo De Troy <jo.de.troy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-24 17:55:45 CEST

Hello Andy,

do the subversion clients tool use the svn status -u? (subclipse, rapidsvn,
I guess they don't or do they?

Best Regards,

On 24/05/07, Andy Levy <andy.levy@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/24/07, Jo De Troy <jo.de.troy@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I'm trying to lock a file in a subversion 1.4.3 server repository, the
> > locking works. At least whn I look at the status of the file it says
> it's
> > locked.
> > But when I to look at the status of the locked file from another machine
> I
> > do not see that the file is locked, is that what's supposed to happen?
> > Is it possible to have a locked file be put to read-only when another
> user
> > checks out the code after the file was locked?
> Do you have svn:needs-lock set on those files? If you do, they should
> be read-only until you lock them.
> svn status only checks the *local* status of the WC. If you want to
> check for other people having locks on files in your working copy, you
> need to use svn status -u, which will poll the server for lock info.
Received on Thu May 24 17:56:08 2007

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