[cvsnt] Re: Why edit -x?

Glen Starrett grstarrett at cox.net
Thu Dec 16 01:04:09 GMT 2004

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Tony Hoyle wrote:
> edit -c in cvsrc is global.. once it's on you can't do anything about 
> it.  -kc is good for classes of files, like word documents.  edit -x 
> lets someone handle their own little section of the repository in an 
> exclusive way without interfering with everyone else who's happily 
> cooperating.

Tony -- I don't see anything about the -kc option in the docs, are they 
out of date or is this a future feature?  (or did I just miss it?)  I 
was interested in checking it out, and there's a thread over on the 
Tortoise list that reminded me of it.


Glen Starrett

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