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From: Karl Jackson <karl.jackson_at_starfarmproductions.com>
Date: 2006-06-15 23:41:52 CEST

Hi all,
I am a new subversion user evaluating subversion for our office, and am
intrigued by the autoversioning procedure, as it seems I can skip the whole
versioning training.
I have taken a bit to get it up and running but its stable now and I am
running svn1.3.1/apache2.2.2/os x 10.4.

I am trying to understand the autoversioning process: does it adhere to the
copy-modify-merge model of subversion or does it use the Lock-Modify-Unlock

I ask because I tried to test my auto versioned webdav share using a ms word
file and found that, when it was being edited , other users could only open
read-only copies of the file.

I have read the svn book section on autoversioning, and all it says is that
the system automatically versions the files, but how does it handle merging
files , or conflicts with merging ?

Thanks in advance for your time,

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