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Re: CVS Transaction

From: Andy Jones
Subject: Re: CVS Transaction
Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2005 09:30:09 +0100

There is also the theoretical issue of multiple developers committing
changes to the same set of multiple files at once, which does rather
worry me.

In an ideal world, one of those developers should get all his files
committed, and the others should be locked out.  But without
transactional commits, you can't guarantee that.

Of course, the chances of this causing a problem in a genuine
development environment, are a completely seperate question...

On 08/09/05, Mateusz [PEYN] Adamus <address@hidden> wrote:
> Stuart Cooper napisaƂ(a):
> > It would be a ridiculous feature, which would overcomplicate the
> > implementation and confuse users.
> Strange I'm a user of CVS too and it wouldn't confuse me.
> > CVS is a Version Control System, so you can undo bad checkins
> > and remove branches manually and things like that. So there's
> > already revert your unwanted changes functionality there.
> Right, there are. But one additional feature which would automate this
> would be great. No mess, no stress.
> best regards
> Mateusz [PEYN] Adamus
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