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Finding Locks

From: Bicking, David (HHoldings, IT) <David.Bicking_at_thehartford.com>
Date: 2007-09-14 22:08:45 CEST


I'm just a font of annoying questions lately, aren't I? I just played
with the lock feature and I see that in Ankh and Tortoise there is a
visual cue on files locked by "me" in the workspace. However, I see no
such cue on a secondary duplicate workspace even after I "update".

I suspect that this is because the workspaces that do _not_ have the
lock have no indication from the repository that locks exist. Is this a
correct guess? If so, I have a feature request. It would be nice for
the workspace to know which files have locks on them (upon "update", of
course), and better yet, to know who has those locks. Similar to my
earlier feature request, the information could be used by clients like
Ankh to offer this information in a mouse-over or on a properties
dialog. If the information is already available to the workspace, then
I'll take my feature request directly to Ankh and tortoise ;)


David Bicking
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