[cvsnt] Re: Why edit -x?

Oliver Giesen ogware at gmx.net
Sat Oct 2 14:57:35 BST 2004

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> I would always argue strongly the a concurrent development model is the
> only truly productive one, but there are corner cases where exclusive
> edits are necessary - eg. where the development tool uses binary files
> rather than text files.

Well, so what? Use the -kc flag then. It's even more transparent. You could
see the flag when you do a status or even in the WinCvs UI. When you also
see that the file is edited, you can be sure it is being edited by you only
(unless somebody messed with the file attributes but I don't think that


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