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Re: What does cvs admin -l do for me?

From: Noel L Yap
Subject: Re: What does cvs admin -l do for me?
Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 17:43:59 -0400

>I have search the archives and I know that locking files has been
>brought up in the past.  According to the manual, -l will lock the
>latest revision number.  But, in the next paragraph it states that I
>need to use to have a reserved checkout.  I am confused on
>what exactly the -l option would do without the use of the rcslock
>Our process dictates that we only let one person work on a file and so
>we need this functionality.

Why does your process dictate this?  Have you looked at using the edit, watch,
and notify features?  If those aren't enough, have a look at some of the patches
available at under project RCVS.


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