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> I want to know wheather if i locked the file before i do modifications, at
that time no one should have the access >to the repository i.e. no one should
checkout or commit any thing to the repository. I found some thing like
>#cvs.lock, which can be created inside the repository, so that we can lock the
repository. At that time any one >access the repository, it will give a wait
message and check for every 30 seconds unless the lock is removed. I get >this
details in the net. But idon't know how to use this.

I see.  There's no way for CVS to do this OOTB.

I still don't understand why you would want to do such a thing, though.  Maybe
if you can explain your reasons, there's an alternative CVS-friendly solution.


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