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Re: CMS and subversion

From: Shawn Plummer <plummer_at_geneseo.edu>
Date: 2005-02-27 17:54:27 CET

On Feb 26, 2005, at 4:35 PM, Daniel Patterson wrote:

> Subversion 1.2 will have the ability to "lock" files, which will
> give them this functionality. Right now, Subversion does not
> have this ability (1.2 will probably arrive in just a few weeks).
> The debate over locking vs. non-locking revision control is
> age-old (relatively speaking), it works for some, it doesn't
> work for others. As of 1.2, Subversion will support both modes.
        Well this is good news. While I had a hard time fathoming why it was
so important for them to work this way, if they can work this way it
will present the least disruption to their current development
practices. I assume that when locking a file it will require a note and
store the user that has the file locked?


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