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Re: commit log message

From: Karen Tracey <kmtracey_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-04 04:45:23 CEST

On 4/3/07, Kylo Ginsberg <kylo.ginsberg@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> When committing (without -F or -m) the editor of choice helpfully pops
> up with a snippet like that below (between the ***'s).
>
> ***
>
> --This line, and those below, will be ignored--
>
> AM foo.txt
> ***
>
> Note that the path "foo.txt" only provides the basename.

Really? That's not the behavior I see. When I commit I get paths included
on those lines. They start with the current directory for the commit, so
they may not be full repository paths (if I commit only a subtree) but at a
minimum I get the dirname/filename.ext. If I commit from the root of the
repository the paths are the same as what you see with svnlook changed. I
can't recall doing any kind of config to make it work this way. This is
with svn 1.4.2 on Linux & Windows but I don't remember it ever behaving any
differently (I think when I started I was on svn 1.2.something).

Karen
Received on Wed Apr 4 04:45:43 2007

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