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Re: How to make file read-only after commit?

From: sandodo <zouxiong_at_loewen.com.sg>
Date: 2007-09-06 05:30:56 CEST

Andy Levy <andy.levy@...> writes:

> Why do you think you need this in the first place?
> Yes, TSVN 1.4.5 will work with an SVN 1.4.2 server - or any other 1.x
> server, for that matter.

Thanks for your reply.

If the files are set to read-only, the chance is very low to work on a
committed file without get the lock first.
I liked the idea of WinCVS that after commit, files are set to read-only, if a
developer wants to work on it, he has to conlaim that he locked the file and
ready to edit it, WinCVS will set it back to be write-able.

Best Regards!

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Received on Thu Sep 6 05:27:56 2007

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