[cvsnt] RE: [TortoiseCVS] Which program removes the "CVS:"?

Mitch Davis Mitch.Davis at EXTEL.COM.AU
Wed Jun 25 14:49:20 BST 2003

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-----Original Message-----
From: Mitch Davis [mailto:Mitch.Davis at EXTEL.COM.AU]
> I'm having trouble with TortoiseCVS checkin 
> messages.  In particular, with removal of lines 
> starting with "CVS:". 
> [ blah blah sending CVS: lines to the server]
> I tried to hack around this by altering our commit 
> validation script to remove the CVS: lines on the 
> server.  The CVS source code seems to support rereading 
> the log file after the validate script: 
> (look for cvs_fread() in do_verify().  do_verify() is called from
> My validate script no longer complains, but the CVS: 
> lines still go into the file history.  So rereading 
> doesn't seem to be working properly on the CVS server. 
> Is this a bug in cvs (Red Hat cvs-1.11.1p1-7)? 

Does anyone know if the CVS server should reread the
commit message after the commit validation script has
run?  (I'm using the :ext: method via ssh).

Thanks in advance for any advice.


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