[cvsnt] Non-watched/Read-only Sandbox Files

Flávio Etrusco flavio.etrusco at gmail.com
Thu Oct 20 20:54:25 BST 2005

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Just as a sidenote: it enables -x flag for binary lifes, doesn't it?


On 10/20/05, Torsten Martinsen <torsten at tiscali.dk> wrote:
> Richard Kerry wrote:
> >For reasons that have never been clear to me, Tortoise seems always to
> >Add files with watch mode on.  And doesn't appear to have a control for
> >this.  I always seem to have to turn it off to stop everything getting
> >set read-only after being Committed.
> >
> >
> This is definitely NOT true. TortoiseCVS does nothing to enforce "watch
> on" - the only place where a "cvs watch on" command can be issued is
> when creating a new module (there's a checkbox that will cause a "cvs
> watch on" command to be run after creating the module). If you selected
> this checkbox when you created the module, that will be the explanation.
> Simply run a "cvs watch off" command with no arguments in the top level
> folder of the sandbox.
> -Torsten
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