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Re: Multiple users working on the same checkout

From: Thomas Harold <tgh_at_tgharold.com>
Date: 2004-08-26 00:17:52 CEST

Alex Martelli wrote:
> On 2004 Aug 24, at 15:33, m christensen wrote:
>> I'm sorry, but the whole idea of multiple people working on a single
>> tree is
>> counter to the whole concept of change management and effective
>> revision control
>> IMHO...
> It's exactly the philosophy both CVS and SVN are based on. If you want
> lockout-based systems rather than conflict-pinpointing ones, you know
> where to find them. As for me, having sweated far too much blood with
> ClearCase with a previous employer, I'll take CVS (or better SVN) over
> it any day.

I think they were talking about multiple people editing files in a
single working tree. Where there's a common working folder up on a
network share, rather then each developer having their own individual
working folder.

I was always told that each developer should have their own individual
working folder (either on their hard drives or in their home/user
directories). And that's the way I have our current source control
system setup. All of our developers are in different towns, so it's not
like we could use a shared working copy even if we wanted to.

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