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Re: Question about Subversion features

From: marc gonzalez-carnicer <carnicer.lists_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 10:25:14 +0100


2008/1/16, Herman - Temp <Herman_at_synergixtech.com>:
> 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?

in subversion, *all* the files in your working copy are "checked-out", in the
source-safe / RCS sense.

> 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?).

you may want to use the lock feature as Karl suggested

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