|Date:||Mon, 11 Jul 2005 08:07:58 -0700|
Hi everyone,I'm planning to lock cvs today getting ready for our release. I realize with certain version control software nowadays you don't have to lock the repo and the developers can continue with their work. However, we're imposing and enforcing a few days for freeze and to regroup.
Our repository resides on a linux box with :pserver method access from WinXP CVS DOS and Tortoise clients. Could I just lock the repo by executing cvs admin -l or -L or do I have to download some perl module to accomplish this? I need to lock our CVS repository today. Three projects reside in the repository, is it possible to lock them selectively or would admin -l lock the entire repo?
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