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Antwort: RE: Arguments to favor Subversion against Perforce

From: Heiko Klotz <heiko.klotz_at_ppi.de>
Date: 2004-11-25 13:01:15 CET

On 25.11.2004 10:21:42 ark-d wrote:
>thanks for the hint / correction.
>I think in CVS you have to be admin to lock a file and I don't know a
>reserved chechout command / operation as by ClearCase for instance for
>non-admin users.
>but I've heard about some scripts for CVS which supports non-admin user's
>to lock fiels or directories.
>perhaps I'm fully wrong.

Hi Arash,

in CVS you can lock/unlock a file with the cvs admin -l/-u command.
Everyone can excecute those "admin"-commands, unless there exists a system
group named "cvsadmin". If there is such a group, only members of that
group can run "admin"-commands.

best regards
Received on Thu Nov 25 12:59:40 2004

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