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Upgrade a CVS server to something else?

On 12/13/2010 10:03 PM, Edward Ned Harvey wrote:
> More correctly, "doesn't automatically make the tagged directory read-only."
> I know, in organizations that I support on svn, we have a release process.
> All the engineers sync up, somebody runs regressions, and if all the tests
> pass, then we tag that release.  I make the tagged directory read-only.

It's also pretty easy to write a commit hook for svn that prevents 
updates to items under a "tags" directory, thereby making them write 
once.  That way it's enforced by default.  (And if you *really* need to 
circumvent it, you can just disable the commit hook temporarily)

Cole Tuininga
Lead Developer
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