So if I understand you correctly, if I lock the head
of the branch those files cannot be changed and
checked back in. However any revision tag prior to
the head branched (branch of a branch) and changes
checked in. Right?
Thanks for you help
--- Jim Hyslop <[email protected]> wrote:
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> Matthew Rich wrote:
> > I realize that locking a branch is not the best
> > practice but nonhteless I was asked this question:
> > Can you create a branch on a locked branch?
> > i.e. code was checked out of locked branch using a
> > for code earlier that the head of the branch. Can
> > branch be created on the locked branch? If this
> > not clear, let me know.
> A couple of minutes' worth of experimentation shows
> that branches cannot
> be locked, only individual revisions can be locked.
> Since creating a
> branch does not affect an individual revision, you
> can freely create any
> branches you want.
> Mind you, I don't use locks at all, so it's possible
> I may have
> overlooked something.
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