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Thu, 20 Nov 2003 04:25:32 -0800 (PST)
I'm trying to deal with some users who habitually commit "useless" changes
to files. By "useless" I mean whitespace changes at the front and end of
line, changing the position of curly-braces, etc. While I would love to
flog these people I've been told it would be bad for morale. My managers
want me to find a way to enforce, through CVS, some basic coding
We run CVS 1.11.5 (willing to upgrade) pserver on an old Solaris 5.6 box.
I looked through the code for commit_prep in the contrib directory and
understand it, but it looks like it is designed to run in the local
directory. This may be a problem since we use pserver (behind a firewall
on a secure sub-network).
So... Am I reading the commit_prep script wrong? Would it work over
pserver? If so I could use it as a base for what I'm looking for. If not
is there any way to do what I'm looking for over pserver?
-- David Fuller
- Commitinfo examples,