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

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-09-06 11:06:05 CEST

Hi sandodo,

> Thanks for your reply.
> I just feel "not correct" to modify the source code without reserve
> the edit right, after using WinCVS for such a long time. maybe I just
> should adapt to the way of SVN. :)

I can assure you that this will happen really quick. Use lockin (svn:needs-lock) only for files that can't be merged easily (images for example). If you look back half a year from now, you will ask yourself how you could ever have worked smoothly with that ball and chain (called locking) around your ankles.

- Lübbe

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