Whenever I do a checkout/update on my SVN project using Tortoise the files all get set to read-only. Is there an option to stop this? I have 1 particular project where I need any checkouts/updates to never make files read-only.
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Looks like your files has
To check this, select TortoiseSVN -> Properties context menu on any locked file.
See http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-dug-locking.html#tsvn-dug-locking-needs-lock for more information.
Also, it looks like you have Automatic property setting, that set
needs-lock on all new committed files automatically.
Select TortoiseSVN->Settings, General tab, click Edit button to see subversion configuration file. See, if
enable-auto-props = yes string is uncommented, and if there are some uncommented lines in
Or probably you have project properties set on some parent folder (e.g., trunk) as recursive. To check this, select TortoiseSVN -> Properties on project parent folders.