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Re: Aha! How to have file locking without file locking.

From: Peter Davis <pdavis152_at_attbi.com>
Date: 2002-04-05 02:44:02 CEST

On Thursday 04 April 2002 16:16, Karl Fogel wrote:
> Meanwhile, everyone else's watch daemons are doing the same thing.
> Whenever a byte-range overlap in the same file is detected (or perhaps
> just a file overlap, depending on the strictness setting), the two
> parties are notified by email, and/or by having the file set read-only
> along with an explanatory note, by having special ringing on their
> cell phones, or whatever.

I mentioned something like this in a recent slashdot post
(http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=29536&cid=3172558), so I think it's a
great idea. Also, It would be really totally awesome if there were hooks so
an IDE (like an Emacs svn module, etc.) could be notified of conflicting
changes and flag/color-code/popup-error the conflict.

Speaking of IDE hooks, has anyone looked at making, for example, an Emacs
svn-major-mode? Is there an API that would make something like that
possible? Personally I don't know LISP at all, so I couldn't be much help,
unfortunately -- just wondering if any LISP gurus have tried anything.

-- 
Peter Davis
"I'd never marry a woman who didn't like pizza... I might play
golf with her, but I wouldn't marry her!"
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