Neels J Hofmeyr wrote on Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 23:14:34 +0200:
> On 08/24/2011 05:10 PM, Mark Phippard wrote:
> > BTW, admins can also lock files in the repository to prevent accidental
> > commits of sensitive information.
> That's a good point, actually.
> If I want to add an intentional change, I steal the lock. Then lock it back
> (using a separate WC to lock the file for myself). The commit bails even
> before the modifications are sent over the wire. It's a central config.
Another option: use a pre-commit hook instead of locks. It does mean
the local changes will be sent to the server --- which may be a problem.
But then, you have the same problem with people (or admins) stealing the
> But: Say a template path is locked; the result is that everyone with a
> filled-in template now gets failing commits all the time. Now you need a
> convenience thing that excludes this locked file from commit locally.
> This still requires specific action on every single checkout to block the
> exact right files. Users will be forced to do that, they can't run a plain
> 'svn commit' and succeed.
> This would cover all the needs *except* that a new checkout should
> local-hold automatically without further user action.
> (So we can add a prop for that, ok, and then we can use that prop and don't
> need to duplicate with a changelists based implementation)
Received on 2011-08-24 23:30:18 CEST