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Why do you want to do such a thing?

Assuming you really do want what you're asking, wrap CVS such that whenever you
do a checkout, it'll move the repository to a location accessible only by you.
Your shell script will also record where the moved repository is so that future
operations will work.  I know this is a very hackish solution, but yours is a
very odd request.


address@hidden on 2001.01.30 22:54:43

To:   address@hidden
cc:   (bcc: Noel L Yap)
Subject:  Locking Command

    I'm working under a CVS project. When I checked out the source
and do some modification at that time no one should have the access
to the Repository. For this what I have to do. Is there any Locking
methods. If there tell me how to Lock files in CVS.
--- Keerthi

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