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Re: Question from a newbie...

From: CÚlio Cidral Junior <ccidral.newsbox_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-25 14:53:27 CET

Hi FlapFlap

2005/11/25, Flapflap <listes@sans-facon.net>:
> Hi there,
>
> Would like that :
>
> 1- when somebody make an update, the file is automatically llock.

I think this is not possible.

> 2- when somebody commit is file it automatically will be unlock (i think
> it's all ready the case)

Yes, this is already the case.

> 3- when commit is file, is local version file be marked as read-only (I
> got Windows (TSVN) and Mac Os X (SVNX) clients)

I think this is not possible. Visual SourceSafe works just as you
stated above at 1, 2 and 3 (however I urge you NOT to use it if you
want "safe" source control).

> 4- all my repository (I'll make one by project) get the same use /
> password list so I don't have to copy it every time I create a new
> repository

You can do this using Apache HTTP server. Take a look at chapter six
(Server Configuration) of the book, in the section called
"Authorization Options":

http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn.serverconfig.httpd.html

You can create only one authz file and use it for several
repositories. That's what we use here in my company

Celio Cidral Junior
WEG Eletric
http://www.weg.com.br

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