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Re: Log Message Templates vs Server->Client Configuration.

From: Hiroharu Tamaru <tamaru_at_myn.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Date: 2005-05-17 10:32:30 CEST

Hi Roland

It's off topic, but...

At Tue, 17 May 2005 10:07:37 +0200, Roland Schwingel wrote:
> That means a log mesage template gets send to the client, the users
> fills it and
> server has the ability to alter it again it gets finally a part of the
> revision and the
> revision is commited to the repos.
...
> This I always missed with CVS. And I hope subversion can help here now.

like the FreeBSD patched CVS?

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/cvs-freebsd/article.html
under logcheck:
    Note: This script depends on a local FreeBSD hack of CVS: this
    version reads the log message back in after this script has
    modified it. The stock version of CVS does not do this which makes
    logcheck unable to clean up the log message, although it is still
    able to check that it is syntactically OK. CVS 1.11.2 can be
    configured to have the same behaviour as FreeBSD's version by
    setting RereadLogAfterVerify=always in the config file.

I as see it, it is often used to remove empty template lines and
guide strings for commiters that come in the form of template.
They are nice, yes.

-- 
Hiroharu Tamaru
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