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RE: WinCVS options

From: Vijay Narayanan
Subject: RE: WinCVS options
Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 19:02:02 +0530

Thats ok. The notification on Checkout really is not required. What I am
looking for is a way to use reserved checkouts using WinCVS wherein a
folder/module can be checked out by only one person. If somebody else tries
to checkout the same, he should be getting an error/warning stating the
same. Is that possible in WinCVS?


-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Monday, June 10, 2002 6:47 PM
To: address@hidden
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: WinCVS options

> Hi,
> Im not sure if this list will cater to WinCVS problems.
> I have a WinCVS client talking to a CVS Server on Linux.
> I need to be able to configure CVS to tell other developers whenever a
> module is checked out in CVS.
> All my developers are using WinCVS to interact with CVS.
That doesn't really make sense in CVS, since checking out a module
is a trivial act.  Is it really necessary to notify all the developers
whenever anybody gets another copy of the source, or are you looking
for notification when anybody plans to change a file?

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