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RE: Newbie Question

From: Ernest L. Williams Jr. <ernesto_at_ornl.gov>
Date: 2006-09-01 03:14:59 CEST

On Fri, 2006-09-01 at 12:15 +1200, Gavin Lambert wrote:
> Quoth Ernest L. Williams Jr. <mailto:ernesto@ornl.gov>:
> > No. There are other collaborative ways in which works
> > happens. We have some development servers in which we may put
> > a project in a place that's shared by multiple developers.
> > Developer 1 goes home and requests that Developer 2 update
> > the project.
> In which case instead of switching back and forth between developer
> logins, you could create a shared login for the server. That'd probably
> be perfect if you only want the server's working copy to update, never
> commit (since you can then enforce that by restricting the account to
> read-only).
> It's probably less than ideal if you want to commit from the server as
> well (since you lose the info on which developer did the committing),
> but depending on your other procedures this may not be a deal-breaker.

Again, we would like to work as we did in the CVS world. Except that we
want to take advantage of all the nice features of SVN.

Once again, SVN_SSH is the answer for us.


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Received on Fri Sep 1 03:16:27 2006

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