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Re: "me too" changelog feature?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-14 03:28:39 CEST

Andrew Thompson <subversionuser@aktzero.com> writes:
> kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> >> - new file "MT/log" can be edited while you work,
> >> sets default changelog. (no change in behaviour if
> >> you do not edit it.) Thanks to Jeremy Cowgar
> >> <jeremy@cowgar.com>.
> >>
> > How does this differ from keeping a file with a log message as you
> > work? (I do that with Subversion all the time.)
> It automatically puts whatever you typed in there in to the commit
> message for you to just tweak and save.

I have to admit, it'd be a low priority for me (other developers may
feel differently, though). One can achieve the same thing with

   $ svn commit -F logmsg.txt

and anyway it's easy to edit a log message after the commit.


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