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Subject: Re: Strict Locking for checkouts
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jpablo wrote:
>       I need to stablish a strict lock on each checkout on my 
>and then, when a user try to checkout a locked file, I need to denie
>       As far as I see, I can a do a cvs admin -l to make a lock and 
> in commitinfo to deny access for checkins... I have 2
>1- How can I automate the strinct locking creation? I cant not rely 
>users for this, I need some automated method to lock on each checout.

If you want strict locking, you should probably use a different 
program (like RCS).  CVS has been designed specifically not to require 
strict locking.  It only supports it because the underlying file 
structure is based on RCS which is a strict locking version control 

Stephen Rasku                   E-mail: address@hidden
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