Paul R <paul.r.ml_at_gmail.com> wrote on 08/07/2008 01:57:19 PM:
> On Thu, 7 Aug 2008 13:45:36 -0500, kmradke_at_rockwellcollins.com said:
> kevin> I don't recommend it (even though I wrote it), but you can
> kevin> install a server side hook that adds the missing needs-lock
> kevin> property as a new commit if it is missing. (Or you can run the
> kevin> script periodically to do the same, but for multiple files at
> kevin> a time.)
> kevin> The biggest problem is user confusion, since as soon as they
> kevin> checkin a file with the missing properties, their version is
> kevin> obsolete. They wouldn't expect this and have no way to know
> kevin> this unless they do an update right after they do the commit.
> Is this the only reason why you don't recommand it ? I was starting to
> set up such a solution.
Yes, this is the primary reason why I don't recommend it.
> kevin> In any case, it can be found here:
> kevin> It requires the python subversion bindings, and needs direct
> kevin> access to the repository. It operates directly on the
> kevin> repository, so no intermediate working copy is needed on the
> kevin> Subversion server.
> Sounds good, thank you very much for this tip, that's the way I'm
> going through now, as it seems to be the best option in my case.
Congratulations. You are the 3rd confirmed person interested in
this script... :)
Received on 2008-08-07 21:01:59 CEST