On Wednesday, February 27, 2013 4:25:58 AM UTC+1, Dale Worley wrote:

> Is Git properly interlocked for multi-user use? 
> By that I mean, if two processes on one computer simultaneously 
> execute Git commands on the same directory, does Git ensure that the 
> repository is not damaged, and the commands act reasonably (which 
> might be simply failing)?

No, this will not work very well. Git uses convention named files inside 
the .git directory, and you will get odd behavior. I don't think you'll be 
able to corrupt the repository, but you'll get side-effects like changes 
from one user ending up in the operation of another if they are done at the 
exact same time. 

If it is a *bare* repository, I assume it would be fairly safe though.

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