Mark D. Baushke wrote:
Mmmmm, in my case nothing happend when the local keyword inlcudes the
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Paola Attadio <address@hidden> writes:
I can use the LocalKeyword, but I can't use Log in this definition. I
don't have any problems with the others keywords. Let see,
LocalKeyword=MyKeyword=Log give me a error with the commit action.
Hmmm... yes, at present there is only support for
I suppose that should either be made clearer in the documentation, or
the number of possible expansions should be increased...
fwiw: Lots of people who think they want $Log$ in their source file
later find it to be more trouble than it is worth when they are doing
branch merges amongst multiple releases...
Its explain my problem. Is it possible that the <token> doesn't accept
some characters, for example, "_"?
No. Look at src/rcs.c RCS_setlocalid() for how it is parsing the line.
Anything up to the next '=' sign that is a a valid character will be
okay. This allows for many iso-8859-1 characters to be in the new
keyword and includes the underscore ("_") characer in the allowed list
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