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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svn unlock

Name

svn unlock — Unlock working copy paths or URLs.

Synopsis

svn unlock TARGET...

Description

Unlock each TARGET . If any TARGET is either locked by another user or no valid lock token exists in the working copy, print a warning and continue unlocking the rest of the TARGET s. Use --force to break a lock belonging to another user or working copy.

Alternate Names

None

Changes

Working Copy, Repository

Accesses Repository

Yes

Switches

--targets ARG
--username ARG
--password ARG
--no-auth-cache
--non-interactive
--config-dir ARG
--force

Examples

Unlock two files in your working copy:

$ svn unlock tree.jpg house.jpg
'tree.jpg' unlocked.
'house.jpg' unlocked.

Unlock a file in your working copy that is currently locked by another user:

$ svn unlock tree.jpg
svn: 'tree.jpg' is not locked in this working copy
$ svn unlock --force tree.jpg
'tree.jpg' unlocked.

Unlock a file without a working copy:

$ svn unlock https://svn.red-bean.com/repos/test/tree.jpg
'tree.jpg unlocked.

For further details, see the section called “Locking”.


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