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Re: Forcing locks on files when checked out..

From: Noel Yap
Subject: Re: Forcing locks on files when checked out..
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2001 05:40:47 -0800 (PST)

I think the easiest way to do this (although I may be
biased) is to install one or some of the patches
available at SourceForge under project RCVS.  The
patches I'm thinking of will add checking to edit and
commit.  Developers will need to modify their .cvsrc
files to default to the right command options and
they'll have to learn to use edit if they don't

Hope this helps,
--- Ronald Landheer <address@hidden>
> Hello all,
> I work for a french company where the people don't
> know, and don't actually
> want to try CVS, with the exception of myself, a
> developer that;'s leaving,
> and the development manager (who doesn't know CVS,
> but wants to try).
> Now, they want to automatically lock a file when
> it's checked out "because
> other version control systems do it" - which AFAIK
> is not actually true :|
> My question: is this possible, and what is the
> easiest way to implement it
> from the server-side if it is possible?
> Thanx!
> Ronald
> NB: I really love CVS, use it all the time, and
> don't like solving
> non-existent problems too much, but am ordered to do
> so..
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