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Patch or Update

From: Tommy Svensson
Subject: Patch or Update
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 17:57:42 +0200


How does cvs know when to patch a file or update the whole thing?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Vijay Narayanan" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Tuesday, 18 June, 2002 14:22
Subject: WinCVS Notifications

> Hi,
> Is there someway that winCVS can be made to indicate across all clients,
> that a particular file is being worked on. As in, when Developer A is
> working on fileA.c, and has changed it in his local machine, the WinCVS
> client on his machine will show a red icon for that file. This indication
> not reflected across all clients that might want to work on fileA.c.
> I have configured CVS to notify other users whenever a file is committed
> into CVS, but here, the users need to know by looking at their WinCVS
> clients that a particular file is being modified by someone else.
> I tried giving the cvs edit -c in the command line of my wincvs but im not
> sure how that works. and also do i need to issue Admin->Command Line (that
> contains the cvs edit command) before i start working on my files.
> Thanks
> Vijay
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