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Re: What's the meaning of examining and committing in the response messa
Mark D. Baushke
Re: What's the meaning of examining and committing in the response message of the update command?
Thu, 15 May 2008 08:08:00 -0700
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Tony (Wei-Cheng) Tang <address@hidden> writes:
> I see the example below in the section 7.2. But I don't know what the
> different between the stage of the examining and committing. Could you
> kindly explain that?
The sources are available, so you could look and see. The first message
is when the client-side traversal is happening to determine the files to
send to the server and the second is when the server-side traversal is
happening to commit the changes to the repository.
If you don't want to see those messages, use the command:
cvs -q ci -m "Removed unneeded files"
and neither message will be printed.
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