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Re: pointing diff3-cmd to false.bat does not seem to work for me

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-27 19:38:09 CEST

Michael Toal wrote:
> I don't like it either, and I am trying to avoid it.
> Keeping all files read-only until a lock is obtained also seems to be
> serializing development.
> I'm not sure what svn would do on a later update if someone changed the
> read only attribute and changed the code.
> The point that people are making to me is that a change in file A can
> may have an impact on your code in file B.
> So, they want to review the changes on update, by manually merging the
> files - Always.
> OK so the problem I still have is this scenario:
> 2 developers both checkout the same revision.
> Developer A makes changes to file 1 - which will impact on Developer B
> code changes to file 2
> Developer A commits changes
> Developer B changes file 2
> Developer B updates
> Updates from developer A are merged into developer B's code -
> automatically.
> Those updates caused an intermittent bug, when combined to changes made
> to file 2.
> I had hoped that pointing diff-cmd to false.bat would cause this to
> happen, but it doesn't seem to work for me.

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