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Re: Communication of CHANGES

From: <kmradke_at_rockwellcollins.com>
Date: 2007-11-28 18:29:26 CET

Bruce Wilson <b-svn@toomuchblue.com> wrote on 11/28/2007 11:24:03 AM:
> Bicking, David (HHoldings, IT) wrote:
> > Um, well... This is an outcropping of the "Communication of LOCKS and
> > CHANGES" thread (search it if you missed it), which may have been
> > verging on fisticuffs. So, I'd say there are plenty of objections,
> > unless Erik and Les changed their minds.
> I believe this thread was started to segregate the contentious LOCKS
> issue from the generally more popular CHANGES issue. I think the locks
> issue needs to be discussed separately, even though the two ideas could
> end up being implemented together.
> I think what Edward said is true - there's apparently much good and
> little harm from caching the "this file has been modified at the server"

> flag.

Ah yes, very good point. File revisions are not considered "transient" by
the objectors of the LOCKING portion of this discussion because the
repo keeps a history of file changes.

Kevin R.

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