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> > You have failed to notice that the loginfo script is called once for > *every* folder in the committed tree. That is to say that CVS > processes *one* folder at a time on the server even though you are > recursing down the folder tree on the client. > So you have to set up your script to be able to handle this situation, > namely that it will get simultaneous (almost) calls one from each > directory and you must solve the concurrency problem in your > scripting. > This was one of the main headaches when I developed CVSMailer so that > I could get one single email on a commit no matter how many folders > the commit processed. > > You have to get back to the drawing board. > And NO this is not a bug, it is the way CVS works. > > /Bo Berglund Thanks for your explanation, Bo. In my case, a straightforward processing will insert one comment into Bugzilla database for each directory. To me, I think it is acceptable. Thanks for the help again. Evan Chou