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Re: svn-commit.tmp. How is it intended to be used?

From: Andreas S <andreas_s_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-14 19:02:00 CEST

Thank you for your quick reply. Where does the editor has to save it in order
for SVN to pick it up? I saved the file as is, ./svn_compare.tmp but I don't
see my log message with svn log. Or am I not suppose to read the message
using svn log?

Or is the purpose is to hold the message in case commit fails and if commit
succeeded then my message in svn_compare.tmp would be discarded?

You are correct, if I use -m "message" then the file is not created.

-andre

Andy Levy wrote:
>
>
> It's just a tempfile holding the commit message that you entered in
> the editor (the editor has to save it somewhere so that SVN can pick
> it up). If your commit was successful, it's deleted because it's no
> longer needed. If you specify the commit message on the command line
> with -m "this is my commit message" I'm not sure it's created at all.
>
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