Python, licenses and CVS
bmstroh at cavtel.net
Fri Nov 30 01:25:30 CET 2001
Roy Smith <roy at panix.com> wrote:
>Although we do not enforce it with locked checkouts, we really prefer to
>work in the "one person editing a file at a time" mode. If we ever go to
>check a file back in and discover it's got changes to merge from somebody
>else's work, we generally consider that a problem, and at the very least,
>manually verify that the merged changes make sense.
As you should. CVS doesn't know anything about C++, Java, whatever. It
merges text files, regardless of the contents.
A tool is not a substitute for a development process, or for understanding
of what a piece of code should be doing.
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