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On Mon, 18 Nov 2002 14:20:46 +0000 (UTC), Richard.Weber at plenum.de wrote: >We are working with the newest version of cvsnt (57k) and wincvs1.3b10, >both under win2k. >Using pvcs until now, our developer like to use reserved edit. It seems to >work fine, when trying on newly imported modules. But after having changed >this module and comitted the changes to cvs, it is possible to edit the >files of this module at the same time by two editors, even when using the >reserved edit command on both WinCVS-clients. Running the command >"Editors" at the same time shows in spite of this the right result, that >the files are edited by the two users > >Any suggestions? Is this a problem of cvsnt ( as I beleive) or of WinCVS? You must use 'edit -c' and 'commit -c' in every single edit/commit command. This of course won't really stop you editing the files, but it should make it harder. If you really want to stick with reserved edits IMHO PVCS was a better choice. cvs is specifically designed for concurrent development. Tony