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On Thu, 2 Jan 2003 16:15:50 -0300, "Alexandre Augusto Drummond Barroso" <adrummond at bdmg.mg.gov.br> wrote: >I have the same needs... Unfortunately I have to add a line with >-o option in modules configuration file every time a new module is >created. It would be great if there were a way to add a default (I >mean a DEFAULT statement like other configuration files) for -o >option in modules conf file. > This is not really what I meant... What you are looking for is a way to autometa the management of the modules file so that newly added modules get an entry in the modules file. This can probably be done through the commitinfo or loginfo scripts. But I would like to know *which users* have checked out which modules/files. So I thought that if I had a script similar to loginfo (which works on file commits), but is triggered on a cvs checkout command I could fix a program that logs this information somewhere where it can be later retrieved: Date, UserID, Module (or Module/File) /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)