I am doing a research on continuous integration process. I am reading some 
topics from the book available online and understood the Clone-Commit-Fetch
-Push process.
I have a little question though: Some team developers that I encountered 
would like to be able to see which files (codes) are modified in the 
present 
time locally. They told me that in their projects, some codes have to be 
modified by one person at time. For example, developer A wants to modify a 
code, but receives a notification (or some alert) that developer B is 
changing the file in his local machine but that he has not committed yet. I 
am 
aware this stops work a little bit, but those are their requirements.
I am wondering if GIT offers this possibility to developers.
Salah

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