[cvsnt-dev] Re: Commit -k ?

Tony Hoyle tmh at nodomain.org
Wed Dec 1 18:25:01 GMT 2004

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Oliver Giesen wrote:
> 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

Probably an idea...

> 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.

Losing and recreating the edit doesn't work for the specific application 
that option is needed for.


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