Thank you, Bill. The separate locking directory is something I did not
you definitely won one more reader (and buyer :) ) of your book.
I belive, if the source directory tree structure is duplicated under
the scripting become trivial. I will probably have to prepare our own
to help the developers to avoid wasting their time working on the file
locked in the
Honestly, as much I think about it, as much it seems to me pretty
general pattern that might work very well.
Dear Steve, I proud you cannot back to the lock/unlock scheme anymore.
Unfortunately, I am not aware about some advanced MFC techniques
that allow regeneration of the resource files. FYI it is mostly the *.rc
files that make the problem, not the resource.h ones.
2005/5/28, Steve Cohen <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Moisei wrote:
> > for the 30 developers team. = the team of the 30 developers.
> > 2005/5/28, Moisei <email@example.com>:
> >>I setup the development process with subversion for the 30 developers team.
> >>A big part of them are using MFC and I am just wondering about the management
> >>of the resource files (*.rc) generated automatically. How to prevent the case
> >>wheen 2 developers are working on the same dialog at the same time?
> >>I've waited for 1.2 locking to prevent such a cases at least in the trunk,
> >>but I do not find a good branching strategy.
> >>Is it covered in your book in some way?
> >>Or may be another resources,use-cases are known to somebody?
> >>Any help is very appreciated,
> >>Best Regards,
> It's been many years since I used MFC and resource files, and this was
> using Visual Source Safe. I do remember that there were big problems
> with resource.h, and there was always lock-contention over it.
> However, now I use SVN and sometimes CVS and it seems to me that the
> GUIs have evolved to the point where it is quite practical to ask even
> inexperienced developers to work in a non-lock situation and force them
> to merge changes rather than just overwriting them. I haven't used the
> Microsoft toolset recently, but would be surprised if they haven't kept
> up with this trend. It's pretty standard now. I don't think I could
> ever go back to a lock/unlock system.
> If the problem is with automatically generated files, why not avoid
> storing them in SVN and instead make their generation part of your build
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