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JD> Maybe... maybe not.
JD> File locking is not the only solution to this problem.

Thanks for the manual reference ... I've only dipped-into docs so far
and had found nothing obvious before I got really heavily committed to
the installation! Reading the above section & related has helped


>> -----Original Message-----
>> Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2001 3:08 AM
>> To: CVS Info List
>> Subject: "Concurrent" VS...
>> Requiring Version Control, I have installed CVS for evaluation. (I
>> have used SCCS in the past but systems are different here now.)
>> One of my principal reasons for using a VC system is to avoid the
>> version discrepancies that arise from two separate developers
>> inadvertently editing the same file at the same time.
>> Have I selected the wrong VC system?

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