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Re: commit message ignore on DOS platform.

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-08-03 13:12:38 CEST

On 03.08.2005, at 11:46, Lawrence Yiu wrote:

> When I try to commit, svn fire out notepad (which I
> set in autoexec.bat SET SVN_EDITOR=notepad) and let me
> type in the comment. The problem is, while I "svn
> update" my working copy after the commit and check
> with "svn log", there is no commit message, which
> measn svn ignore my message during commit.
> I can successfully commit with message using the -m
> switch though, and commit under Linux using vi to type
> in message just working fine.

I do not use Windows or DOS, but this seems relevant:


And probably you should read the rest of that thread to see if it
contains anything helpful to you.

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