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The CVS way to avoid conflicts is through developer communication.  Take a look
at "cvs edit".  If this doesn't give you enough control, take a look at the "cvs
edit" patches available at SourceForge under project RCVS.


address@hidden on 2001.02.04 08:04:08

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Subject:  Allowing only one person to edit a certain file


I am a newbie to the CVS.

I was wondering if there is any way that I can allow editing of files to
only one person at a certain time, basically what I need to know is how to
disable the merge option to avoid any conflicts ?


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