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Fw: Question regarding commit logs.

From: Mark Lancisi
Subject: Fw: Question regarding commit logs.
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 15:25:43 -0400

Whoops. Sorry -
Turns out I found the answer to my question on line.. But thanks to all who

I do have one other question that I did NOT find an answer too..

If I have "verifymsg" run a shell script by DEFAULT  that verifies that the
comment it is passed is written using the template listed (also by DEFAULT)
in rcsinfo, will this by definition cause a commit with -m to fail or does
the -m completely skip the rcsinfo AND verifymsg steps???

thanks. (again) !

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Lancisi" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 2:39 PM
Subject: Question regarding commit logs.

> How do I get cvs to bring up a preconfigured simple text template
> fields to fill in instead of a blank editor window  when you do a  cvs
> commit  *without* the -m?
> I'd like to have a fill in the blank template to standardize log messages
> and institute a process that reminds people that checkin comments are
> inportant and should always contain good descriptions of the changes made
> a file or group of files.
> I see the template containing fields like:
> Problem:
> Solution:
> Tests run:
>  Any ideas?
> Thanks in advance!!
> markl
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