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Re: svn commit: r11672 - trunk/contrib/client-side/psvn

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-10-30 22:44:49 CEST


On Sat, 30 Oct 2004 14:45:00 -0500, xsteve@tigris.org <xsteve@tigris.org>
> Author: xsteve
> Date: Sat Oct 30 14:45:00 2004
> New Revision: 11672
> Modified:
> trunk/contrib/client-side/psvn/psvn.el
> Log:
> Some patches from Richard Lewis
> * trunk/contrib/client-side/psvn/psvn.el:
> - (svn-status-use-history) Report the error when we chose a
> - (svn-status-mouse-find-file-or-examine-directory): New command, bound
> to mouse-2: just like svn-status-find-file-or-examine-directory
> - (svn-status-mark-deleted): New command ,bound to '* D' to mark files
> scheduled for deletion (similar to '* A' and '* M')
> - (svn-status-mark-deleted): New command W bound to '* *' to mark files
> modifed and files scheduled for addition and files scheduled for
> deletion
> - Moved "Mark" and "Unmark" to the "Mark/Unmark" submenu
> - (svn-status-bury-buffer) Bury the *svn-log* buffer
> - Modified a few docstrings

I'm starting to have a problem with this. (I also have a problem keeping a
nice tone in this mail.)

On numerous occasions you have been asked to commit with HACKING compliant
logs. C Mike told you to loose the dashes. Karl Fogel has told you to
correct some old commit logs. Looking back at the history of psvn.el there
are still an extreme number of non-compliant logs left. Correct this log.
All non-compliant ones in the past would be nice.

I really think you should start committing with compliant logs *now*. It's
not really hard, you know: Othes have been doing it for years.



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