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Re: Getting Lock/Modify/Commit cycle out of SVN

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-04-02 21:25:00 CEST

seanc@dimensionalrift.com writes:

> Has anyone tried to coerce SVN into providing a Lock/Modify/Commit
> style? In order to manipulate large numbers of binary assets properly
> this is necessary, but goes against the SVN's (and CVS's) model of
> update/modify/update/merge/commit.

Indeed it does. At the last apachecon, a bunch of svn developers came
up with a brainstorm of how we might add this feature someday. It's
in /trunk/notes/locking-plan.txt.

At a minimum, it would be nice if svn could at least help people
communicate better.

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