[Cvsnt] Do I need CVSnt

Erik Corry corry at arbat.com
Fri Apr 5 14:36:28 BST 2002

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On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 03:21:19PM +0200, Thomas Singer wrote:
> Erik Corry wrote:
>> If all clients have access to the CVS repository on a shared (Novell)
>> drive then I can just use :local: and have the client do all the file
>> manipulation, right?  So I don't need cvsnt at all?
> Sure, because using :local: is highly dangerous: each of your clients can
> corrupt the repository. With the client-server only the server can.

Really, I don't want _any_ of them to corrupt the repository :-)

But thanks for all the good advice.  I guess I need the server
after all.

Erik Corry erik at arbat.com
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