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Re: How is svn work with ModelMaker?

From: Diviner <cmchan_at_equityunderwriters.com.hk>
Date: 2004-12-27 11:51:39 CET

Martin Tomes wrote:

> If you have several people working on the same code at the same time
> either:
> - Each have your own separate ModelMaker model files, then there
> will never be a need to merge a model.
> - or, use the same ModelMaker files but when there is a conflict
> revert the file, merge the generated files, ensure they compile in
> Delphi and then re-import them into the model.
Yes. It is my case for development in furture. I affraid that after a
unit file is marged, model file cannot be merged at the momemt. My
thinking is, in order to commit the changing, user temporarily takes
either one version of model file to commit to SubVersion server right?
Before someone do re-import, in the mean time the model file is a
Incomplete State in SubVersion server. If somehow ModelMaker updates the
unit file(that has been merged successfully) base on this Incomplete
State's model file, it causes losing code.

So I want to clarity the handling method for this time gap.

Best regards,
Merry XMas.
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Received on Mon Dec 27 11:53:54 2004

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