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Re: Question about Subversion features

From: Peter Connolly <psconnolly_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 20:36:47 -0800

If you want each developer to have exclusive use of a file that they
are changing and you want to avoid merging, then you should probably
be looking at RCS and avoiding Subversion and CVS.

On Jan 15, 2008 6:54 PM, Herman - Temp <Herman_at_synergixtech.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm currently doing evaluation on versioning control system. Subversion is
> one of my consideration to be used in the company where i'm employed. There
> are around 10 developers in this company. Occasionally, when a file need to
> be merged, the old code is overwritten by the new code. So, I want to know
> whether Subversion has the feature to automatic lock a files that is already
> checkout-ed for editting? Or Is there any suggestion to reduce the code
> merging to happen? How does Subversion handle binary file? (Note: Binary
> file cannot be merge normally, right?).
> Regards,
> Herman.

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