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Torsten Martinsen wrote: > Is there any special reason that this situation is treated only as a warning? > Basically because if you do commit on a sandbox and you can't write to certain subdirectories or files, the whole operation should succeed and only the commit on the protected subdirectories should fail. If you made it fatal you would end up with sandboxes that it was impossible to commit in even though you had write access (the same as with update.. it's the same test in fact so you can't change one without changing the other). -q commit is an odd combination... surely you want as much information as possible about a commit? It's always good practice to verify that it's done what you've expected. Tony