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Re: theoretical question about Subversion

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-04-17 20:44:48 CEST

Meszaros Dezso wrote:
> Hi!
> Sorry for disturbing you, I am not an expert in the SCM world, but I
> have a question which can be an interestiong question about the future
> of the Subversion.
> (we use an RCS based system with a Windows GUI frontend,
> we have about 39 projects consisting 3388 files since 1997,
> some file has more than 100 revision, 3 of them has more than 150)
> Our major problem about every SCM-s we know, that
> every version changes is based on WHO and WHEN and other infos like
> status, Revision, etc.
> But not on WHERE, I mean when someone works with a file - check-it out
> in "Computer 1" , and then
> moves to another computer "Computer 2", which has an older revision or
> even a modified version of the file,
> none of the systems warns the user that this is a DIFFERENT computer
> than he checked-out the file.
> The version control system only shows that the file is MODIFIED.
> Any suggestion about to solve this situation or any SCM which knows the
> "WHERE" also?

Please explain in more detail what you mean. Why does the user not simply
update the file on "Computer 2", so it is current?


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