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Re: CVS asking for one log message per directory with file changes

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: CVS asking for one log message per directory with file changes
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 08:21:29 -0800

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Hi Jeff,

You may wish to use the :fork:/path/to/repository method for your
CVSROOT instead of just /path/to/repository as this will prompt you for
a single log message for the entire commit.

Be advised that cvs 1.12.13 came out because of a security problem in
1.12.12 in the zlib compression library...

See for details.

        -- Mark

Jeff Pream <address@hidden> writes:

> All,
> Using cvs 1.12.12 I have created a repository in my home directory so
> that I can work on some trigger script issues while not messing with a
> project repository.   With the local repository, when I commit changes
> from multiple directories, CVS sequentially asks (pops open vi) for a
> log message for each directory that had file changes.
> Is there something I need to do to get CVS to commit all changes
> regardless of directory using one message entered from an editor?
> I have never seen this before, but I've only used pserver authentication
> before this (if that should make any difference).  This behavior is
> blocking an issue I was seeing in our project repository (also using
> 1.12.12) which I will probably post about separately.
> Thanks in advance for your help.
> Jeff
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