On Wed, 13 Mar 2013 03:15:45 -0700 (PDT)
yosi.tsu...@gmail.com wrote:

> > > do you know any software that does what i need? 
> >
> > Subversion is a popular solution which supports locking. 
> >
> > But you just might reconsider your approach as locking is beleived
> > to have its downsides as well.  One popular example is a developer
> > locking a bunch of files and going AWOL, which turns locking into a
> > social problem thus throwing you into the same class of problem you
> > have in a lockless system like Git.  Hence you might just consider
> > setting up a policy for your developers to communicate their
> > efforts and not step on each one's toes. 
> >
> i just need to lock the file only when i work on it. so when someone
> else try to change the file that im currently working on it he wont
> be able to

I'm not sure you understood what I written in my previous mail.
Everybody familiar with VCS does understand what locking is all about
and how it's supposed to work.

Please don't top post -- this breaks the discussion flow.

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