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Re: Current binary best practice?

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-04-20 18:54:18 CEST

Christoph Graf wrote:

> Hello everybody!
> I am searching for an intermediate solution for handling
> human-non-readable files in a subversion repository as long
> as locking is not available directly through subversion.
> My questions:
> - Are there best practices for this problem?
> - How do you handle this?
> - Has anybody written something (hooks?) for this issue?

I came up against the same problem a few days ago. My tentative, short
term solution is to write a pre-commit hook script that checks the paths
in the commit against a registry of locked paths, and a CGI script (or
similar) that allows users to manage this registry. In the absence of
true locking, I think this is the best solution (although it's not very
beautiful, I agree).

Neither of these scripts has been written yet, as far as I know.

My long-term solution is of course to get locking implemented, and I'm
working on that, too. :-)

-- Brane

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