If some of your developers are "less trustworthy" than others, maybe you
want to give them their own branch to play with. That way any
"unauthorized changes" stay on the branch and are not merged upwards.
Otherwise there should be a log of the changes made to a file. If someone
changed a file property, you should be able to figure out who it was and
when it was changed.
From: Phil [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 11:59 AM
To: Ben Collins-Sussman
Cc: Patrick Burleson; David Weintraub; Romain Prévost; mailinglist
Subject: Re: Documentation about the 'Lock' feature
yes I want to prevent them from breaking and stealing locks yes. There
is a way of doing that?
Email? cool... I have not seen that feature... I can get an email when
a file is changed? or commited?
Yes well I have found if you provide the developpers an inch they will
take a mile and the higher ups are developpers too and they do not
give them any sh#t when they screw up, it is usally blamed on me for
giving them too much access...
On 7/20/05, Ben Collins-Sussman <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Jul 20, 2005, at 1:42 PM, Phil wrote:
> > yes I want to disable all concurrency...
> > And on that note, how can I disable users from changing file
> > properties in subversion... I mean if I give a user write access can
> > they change the files properties?
> Yes, they can, and there's no way to stop them. Either they have
> write access to the file (can commit changes to a file's text and
> properties), or they don't have write access to the file (they cannot
> commit any changes to text or properties.)
> It sounds like you're trying to "control developers with an iron
> fist". If they change a property, wouldn't you see an email saying
> so, and wouldn't you scold the user?
> (Are you also planning to prevent users from breaking and stealing
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