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Re: Emacs help for 'cvs commit'?

From: J Krugman
Subject: Re: Emacs help for 'cvs commit'?
Date: Sun, 23 May 2004 13:01:36 +0000 (UTC)
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In <address@hidden> jasonr (Jason Rumney) @ writes:

>J Krugman <address@hidden> writes:

>> I am relatively new to cvs (and to any form of version control
>> software).  One thing that seems harder than it should be is that
>> when one executes a "cvs commit", and cvs prompts one for a message
>> to describe the changes made, cvs doesn't provide an easy way to
>> review the differences between the new revision and the previous
>> one; 

>Sure it does. cvs diff will show differences. From the source buffer
>(C-c f will get you there from the log message buffer),

Thanks, but C-c f from the log message buffer just gets me a beep.

What's the name of the command that C-c f should have been bound
to to get the behavior you describe?

> C-x v = (or
>"Compare with base version" on the Tools/Version Control menu) will
>show you the diffs.

OK, I found that.


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