[cvsnt] Re: Force conflict

Gabriel Genellina gagenellina at softlab.com.ar
Tue Dec 28 09:20:36 GMT 2004

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At 27/12/2004 22:45, you wrote:

>There are better ways of reviewing changes though, assuming that is your 
>intention.  Here's a scenario I have used with some newer developers:
>-- Deny all to commit to HEAD.
>-- Create developer branch and grant the appropriate developer permissions 
>to it. [...]

Thanks! that appears to be a good solution.

>If you just want to inspect all the changes, then you could use a mailer 
>program that sends to you a diff of all changes committed.  That could 
>also be sent to a maillist / archive for distribution and storage.

Yes, I'm using CVSMailer for that and it works great, but that's not enough.

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