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RE: Ok. I just had this brainstorm....

From: Wolf Josef <josef.wolf_at_siemens.com>
Date: 2003-10-01 13:01:12 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

[ ... ]
> > >Many of us write the log message as we code. For example, when I
> > >change a function, I hit "C-c, l" in emacs, and it instantly switches
> > >me to a logmsg buffer in-progress, and inserts a line like:
> > This would be *really* nice to have. Alas, I use XEmacs, and last I
> > checked, the svn modes don't work with it, and I'm rather
> > elisp-impaired, or I'd attempt to fix it :(
> It's a custom elisp function that karl wrote, and he/I/cmpilato use it
> all the time. It's sitting in the svn tree in tools/dev/svn-dev.el --
> look for the function called svn-log-message.

Many emacs configurations have "C-c, l" bind to fume-list-functions.
IIRC (but I might be wrong) xemacs comes with this key predefined.
Even if I am wrong, there are many (sample?) dotfiles out there on the
net which bind "C-c, l" to fume-list-functions. Maybe it would be a good
idea to bind the svn logmsg function to a different key to avoid a
competition of those two functions?

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