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RE: Force conflict on any changes to same file?

From: Michael Swanson <mswanson_at_ruralins.com>
Date: 2006-05-05 16:10:19 CEST

Does anyone know if there is a setting somewhere in subversion that
allows you to define how close changes have to be to one another before
subversion will detect them as a conflict? I would like to make
subversion throw a conflict on any file if its been changed by someone
else since my last checkout. Is this something I could do in a hook
script? It seems to me that this would be difficult, because as I
understand it, hook scripts can only force an entire commit to simply
fail, not actually change what subversion sends back to the client.
I've looked in the list archives and in the SVNBook and haven't found
anything related to this. Thanks for any help you might be able to

Michael Swanson
Application Developer
Rural Mutual Insurance
Work: 608-828-5615
Received on Fri May 5 16:13:44 2006

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