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Re: Committing before updating

From: <daniel_at_email.unc.edu>
Date: 2005-01-28 21:46:41 CET

Subversion will prevent that problem. This is covered in the book.

Really, why don't you just make a test repository and try it?

Daniel

Quoting Edward Diener <diener@ORsoftware.com>:

> If I commit changes to a file before doing an update on that file, do my
> changes automatically overwrite anybody else's changes to that file which
> occurred since my last update ?
>
> I know the fail-safe process for catching conflicts is to update before a
> commit. But if I accidentally commit before updating, does anything prevent
> me from doing so if other changes have been made in the meantime ?
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