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commitinfo script question

From: Matthew R. MacIntyre
Subject: commitinfo script question
Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 19:05:37 -0400 (EDT)


Is it possible to run a series of tests on files with a commitinfo
script, and then, when they have finished successfully, run another
test on all the files, rather than on a directory by directory basis?

What I'm trying to do is check each of my source files for proper
formatting, titles, $Id:$ tags, etc, and then after that, make sure
the package still compiles before the log message window appears.
I've only been able to have it compile each time, which amounts to a
whole re-compilation of the project for each directory that has
modified files in it.  Is there a way around this?

This is with cvs 1.11 on a redhat 7.1 machine, if it makes a

Thanks for any advice!


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