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This is an option in the WinCVS preferences. There's
a "Checkout read-only" toggle in the "Globals" tag.

Although, this CAN be desirable behavior. You can
check out the sources read-only, and then right
click on an individual file, go to "Monitors->Edit
Selection", ( or click the pencil on the toolbar )

This will set a watch on the file, so other developers
can see if you have it checked out..

Rob Helmer

On Mon, Feb 05, 2001 at 03:38:08PM +0100, Kovacs Zoltan wrote:
> Hello, I'm new to the list. I downloaded the latest WinCVS, it works with
> a Linux CVS system with password authentication. It works well, but I
> always get the checkouted files read only. Where to modify the
> configuration to change this?
> TIA, Zoltan
> Kova'cs Zolta'n
> assistant teacher at Bolyai Institute
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