IntelliJ IDEA 13.1.0 Web Help

Some features described here are available in Ultimate edition only.

If you are going to modify or delete a file under Perforce version control, the read-only status of such file should be removed. IntelliJ IDEA takes care of automatically making files writable. However, you can change read-only status manually, which may happen in a number of ways; for example:

  • With the Clear Read-Only Status dialog enabled, you make a file writable using file system.
  • When a read-only file is opened in the editor, you double-click lock icon uiStatusLock.png in the status bar.
  • You remove read-only attribute externally, using file properties.

In these cases, the file gets status Modified without checkout and appears in the Local tab of the Changes tool window.

To resolve modified without checkout files
  1. In the Local tab of the Changes tool window, expand Modified without Checkout node, and select the desired file.
  2. On the context menu of the file, choose Check Out. The file becomes writable, and moves to the active changelist.

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