[cvsnt] Re: Can the commit message be added after the fact in CVSNT?
albrecht_john at bah.com
Tue Nov 16 18:23:25 GMT 2004
Thanks for the information, I tried this in WinCvs after your 1st message
and noticed the colon. I appreciate the quick response.
From: Mike Wake [mailto:mike.wake at thales-tts.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 1:01 PM
To: Mike Wake
Cc: albrecht_john at bah.com; Wu, Leon S.; Harris, Sam; cvsnt at cvsnt.org
Subject: Re: [cvsnt] Re: Can the commit message be added after the fact in
I meant : not ,
This essentially does this on the command line
cvs admin "-m1.4:New Message" logMessageWrong.txt
Mike Wake wrote:
> Using WinCVS, Highlight the file that contains the wrong log message
> (say logMessageWrong.txt). Go into graph mode (Ctrl+G). Right Click on
> the revison that has the erroneous or non-existant log message (Say
> v1.4). From the context menu choose "Admin Options->Change Log Message"
> Change the message to what you want.
> This essentially does this on the command line
> cvs admin "-m1.4,New Message" logMessageWrong.txt
> John Albrecht wrote:
>> One of our developers committed changes to CVSNT without the commit
>> text. Is
>> there a command that allows this to happen after the changes are
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