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Mon, 13 Oct 2003 11:37:21 +0200 (CEST)
I would like to implement some preücommit check in the CVS,
but I face some questions at the moment. Here thay are:
1. It seems, that cvs commit works differentr if I give the
-m"blabla" option as the check-i comment. In this case CVS
runs my script as intended, bat when I ommit the -m, and
thus enter the comment in the editor, than the script is not
running. Though the file is inserted properly in the
2. I would like the check the 'status' field of the prev.
revesion before checking in the new revision. Is there an
easy way the query the status?
BTW I am running CVS on a Debian 2.0 box (CVS version 1.9.26).
Thanks id advance and regards,
Linux is like a wigwam: no gates, no windows, and an apache
- Precommitücheck question,
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