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news:mailman.2792.1101921465.21094.cvsnt-commits at cvsnt.org... > CVSROOT: /usr/local/cvs > Module name: cvsnt > Repository: cvsnt/src/ > Changes by: tmh at sisko.local.nodomain.org. 04/12/01 17:17:06 > > Modified files: > cvsnt/src/: Tag: CVSNT_2_0_x commit.cpp cvs.h edit.cpp > > Log message: > Commit -k to keep edit Does this make sense? IMO -k belongs to the "common" options (i.e. which have a common meaning across commands, like -r or -l). For consistency, I don't think it should be "reimplemented" with a completely different meaning here even if committing with a specified keyword expansion mode is currently not available. How about commit -e or something like that? Anyway, how hard is it to just press Edit again after the commit? Why overcomplicate things by cluttering the CLI? Keep the interface simple and let the GUI clients take care of combined operations. Cheers, -- Oliver ---- ------------------ JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)