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Re: Finding Locks

From: listman <listman_at_burble.net>
Date: 2007-09-14 23:52:33 CEST

On Sep 14, 2007, at 2:04 PM, Erik Huelsmann wrote:

>>> 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?
>> Yep.
>>> 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.
>> I agree, this would be quite useful. Locking has always seemed like
>> such an afterthought and really doesn't get a lot of attention.
> I can't help it, but this is by design, not because locking is or was
> an afterthought: it would be really useless to have this information
> in a working copy, because the minute it's stored in the working
> copy, that information may be outdated.
> If you want to have up-to-date information on locks, you need to
> contact the server. That's what this 'non-availability' of information
> is about...

what command should we be using to get the list of locks from the


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