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Mon, 27 Sep 2004 23:08:06 +1000
The atomicity problem is solved if you use CVSNT. CVSNT on Unix, Linux,
Windows etc is open source and completely free. It incorporates a lock server
which guarentees that a single checkout or update operates on the repository at
the point in time that it began.
You can download CVSNT for Linux, MacOS X, Unix and Windows from
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Gleidson Sá Barreto
Sent: Sunday, 26 September 2004 11:51 PM
Now, I was reading a material about CVS technology and
I came across some doubts in concerns the some
1-To take place the transfer of the files stored in
the repository q they were modified for your work
area, through a sicronização operation. Like this,
would to be in fact that sicronização operation?
2-CVS counts with a mechanism capable to control the simultaneous accesses and
the parallel modifications, guaranteeing like this the integrity of the
modifications and atomicity of the operations. Would
be in fact that atomicity of operations?
3-CVS possesses mechanism capable to identify and to
solve conflicts. However those identified conflicts
are merely textual, not existing any analysis of the
logical consistence. Here I didn't understand the
expression textual conflicts very well.
obs:those concepts were retired of the book CVS of
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- Question, Gleidson Sá Barreto, 2004/09/26
- Re: Question, Pierre Asselin, 2004/09/26
- RE: Question,
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