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There are patches available at SourceForge under project RCVS.

Specifically, these patches allow users to specify a "-c" flag to "cvs edit" (ie
"cvs edit -c").  Doing so will abort the edit if any of the files are being
edited.  The user can override an "edit -c" setting in ~/.cvsrc by using "cvs
edit -f".  The patches are messy in that they are incremental.  It doesn't look
like I'll have much time in the near future to clean them up.


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Anyone knows a way to implement a CVS mechanism that limits the edit
operation in a file that is already being edit by another user. I am using
the CVS v1.11 for BSD.

Best regards.
Thanks in advance.

Rui Cordeiro

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