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Fri, 23 Mar 2001 16:28:42 +0100
I have been trying the cvs watch/edit/unedit
commands and related feature, and I came accros
the following problem: I can't see how I could
notify a user on a watchers list of the type
of the command that another user has executed,
if the 1st user has chosen "cvs watch add -a all file"?
I mean, normally this is done through CVSROOT/notify
on a line like
ALL echo %s >> some_file
but %s contains only the list of the "watching"
Is there any solution, apart that the user
specifically says "cvs watch add -a cmd" to know
that the cmd has been executed...
Also, is there a possibility to get the name
of the file which have been modified, without
explicitely listing all the files in CVSROOT/notify?
I mean, by using only the "ALL ..." line above.
Thanks for any suggestions,
I forgot: I am using CVS 1.11 on unix.
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