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Re: [PATCH] Issue #1295 (take 2, with log)

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-09 17:51:36 CEST

Mark, just a quick sanity check:

If someone removes the line that says

   "--This line, and those below, will be ignored--"

then all the files will be committed as usual, right? That's my
understanding from reading the code in process_comitted_list (er,
which I guess should be called `process_committed_list')... but I'm
asking just to be sure.

Conversely, what are the ways someone could get a target eliminated
from the commit?:

     a) Remove that item's line from the msg?
     b) Change the modification letter code at the start of its line?

(And Brane already pointed out the problems with the 'silent return'
mode when it encounters a letter code it doesn't expect.)

Of course, one way to answer my user interface questions is to supply
the documentation patches with the code patches :-). Changes to the
.xml files in doc/book/book/ are welcome.


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