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very wierd commit from emacs (or ntemacs) problem

From: Chuck . Irvine
Subject: very wierd commit from emacs (or ntemacs) problem
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2001 13:01:54 -0500

I'm getting a wierd cvs commit problem that seems to be an emacs (or 
ntemacs) problem. To reproduce:

1. modify a cvs managed file and invoke "Version Control-> Check 
2. type two words separated by line feeds in the *VC-log* buffer:
3. Type C-c C-c

At this point, for me at least, the following pops up in the *vc* 

   cvs commit: nothing known about `test'
   cvs [commit aborted]: correct above errors first!

If I enter the same commit message from the command line, I don't 
experience the problem so it doesn't look like a CVS problem.

The problem seems related, strangely enough, to typing a single word on 
the first line of the message. For example, if I type:
 test test
In don't experience the problem.

My version info is:

ntemacs 20.7.1
winnt 4.0
cvs 1.11
cygwin bash 2.04.7(2)-release (i686-pc-cygwin)



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