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Re: how to know who's checked out some files...

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: how to know who's checked out some files...
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 09:30:20 -0800

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Alberto Ortega <address@hidden> writes:

> Any idea if there is a way to know what users have checked out what
> files?


For more active notifications, see also

Note that releases prior to cvs 1.11.9 may not have always kept track
of Patch updates.

             ------- start cvs-1.11.9/NEWS excerpt -------
* CVS now knows how to report, as well as record, `P' record types.

* When running the `cvs history' command, clients will now send the
  long-accepted `-e' option, for all records, rather than explicitly requesting
  `P' record types, a request which servers prior to 1.11.7 will reject with a
  fatal error message.
* Updates done via a patch ("P" status) are now logged in the history file
by default and the corresponding "P" history record type is now documented.
If you're setting the LogHistory option in your CVSROOT/config file, you may
want to add "P" to the list of record types.
              ------- end cvs-1.11.9/NEWS excerpt -------
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