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RE: CVS - setup reserved checkout

From: Thornley, David
Subject: RE: CVS - setup reserved checkout
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 10:03:45 -0500

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bryon Lape [mailto:address@hidden
> Wrong.
> Kaz Kylheku wrote:
> > In article <address@hidden>,
> > address@hidden wrote:
> > >
> > >You need to ask yourself why your group is experiencing so 
> many conflicts
> > >while so many other groups (thousands?) are not.
> >
> > Because there is no group, and there are no conflicts.  This is just
> > another Chicken Little yelling that the sky is falling. Actually
> > a step beneath Chicken Little, because something actually 
> did fall on
> > Chicken Little's head, it wasn't just pure imagination. :)
Gee, that's an informative response.  You burst on the scene
with complaints about a feature of CVS that has given none
of us serious problems, and never explain why it is a problem
for you.  You never answer questions about what it is that you
are doing, or make any significant responses to suggestions.

The only way some of us have been able to interpret your
complaints about CVS is that you have such a messed-up shop
that no version control system is going to work, and that
strict locking is merely going to shift the mess around a
bit, and probably increase it.

If you are here merely as a troll, then you're getting more
consideration than you deserve.  If you have a legitimate
problem, then your problems are far more severe than any
software product can handle, and free advice on mailing lists
isn't going to help either.  Right now, you're asking
questions akin to "When I use Amoco gasoline, my company's
cars always catch fire.  What additive should I use?"

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