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Re: Locking files with CVS

From: Noel L Yap
Subject: Re: Locking files with CVS
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2001 15:25:24 -0500

>Locking doesn't really seem to be used much nor supported fully.  You
>might look into the 'cvs watch' command and maybe Noel Yap's 'cvs watch
>-c' patches if you're really a stickler.  Don't forget you can always
>back out unwanted changes (except deleted revisions, but you can
>restrict the admin command and keep backups to get around that) and that
>UNIX permissions apply equally well to CVS archive files as they do to
>other files.

That's actually "cvs edit -c", "cvs edit -f", and "cvs ci -c".


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