Community technical support mailing list was retired 2010 and replaced with a professional technical support team. For assistance please contact: Pre-sales Technical support via email to email@example.com.
Christian Schmidt wrote: > Hi, > cvsnt edit connects to the server to "lock" the edited files. When connected > to the server, could cvsnt give a warning if the files to edit... > > 1) are not up-to-date? At the moment this is only done for binary-files. That's possibly a tortoise feature (I think.. not aware of any special handling for binary files). You can do a 'status -q' then check the output. > 2) have a sticky (non-branch) tag? At the moment TortoiseCVS can not > differentiate between sticky and branch tags. Commiting to a branch tag is > valid, but not to sticky tags. > Very little in CVS makes any distinction between the two - there's basically just the check in commit. You can work it out by looking for .0. in the tag output (from the log output on the file). Since an edit is on a file, the tags aren't taken into account at all during an edit (although technically an edit is of a single revision also... the terminology is a little confused in places). Tony -- Te audire no possum. Musa sapientum fixa est in aure. Tony Hoyle <tmh at nodomain.org> Key ID: 104D/4F4B6917 2003-09-13 Fingerprint: 063C AFB4 3026 F724 0AA2 02B8 E547 470E 4F4B 6917