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Tony Hoyle wrote: >>Inspired by the way Tony solved the enforcement of Unix-line endings via >>the new -kL option, how about handling reserved edits the same way, e.g. >>by introducing a new kopt -kc. Files with this option set: >>-would always be checked out read-only, >>-would always be edited and committed with an implicit -c option, >>-could still be edited using edit -f. > > Nice idea. I'm not sure how much information edit has about the > active -k options on the file.. however it's worth looking into. BTW: If this was possible, how would this play together with versioned kopts? E.g. would this be a way to temporarily enforce stricter checkin rules on "stabilization branches"? Just something to take into account I guess... Cheers, -- Oliver ---- ------------------ JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)