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RE: advisory locks

From: Alexandre Augusto Drummond Barroso
Subject: RE: advisory locks
Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2002 15:09:10 -0300

Unfortunatelly WinCVS does not support -c flag. If you want to use it with 
every edit command, insert these lines into .cvsrc file:
edit -c
commit -c


> ----- Original Message -----
> De:           Nate Swenson [SMTP:address@hidden
> Enviada em:           Terça-feira, 25 de Junho de 2002 14:04
> Para:         address@hidden
> Assunto:              advisory locks
> I am running cvs-1.11.1 on a Linux server and am accessing the repository
> from WinCvs on a Win2000 machine.  I would like to use advisory locks with
> the "cvs edit -c file" command, but I am getting an error from WinCvs:
> cvs edit -c "function isnum.sql" (in directory C:\Documents and
> Settings\nates\Desktop\mbars_oracle files\module_name)
> edit: invalid option -- c
> Usage: cvs edit [-lR] [files...]
> -l: Local directory only, not recursive
> -R: Process directories recursively
> -a: Specify what actions for temporary watch, one of
>     edit,unedit,commit,all,none
> (Specify the --help global option for a list of other help options)
> *****CVS exited normally with code 1*****
> I'm thinking that this could mean that we have a version of CVS that does
> not support this option.  I have found information that says "The newer cvs
> edit -c is preferable, but not all versions of CVS 1.10 support it yet".
> Could there be a patch or an upgrade for CVS that would allow us to use this
> option?
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