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On Tue, 20 Dec 2005 23:43:00 -0500, "John Scott" <jscott at hcgsoftware.com> wrote: >Is there a variable (similar to <root> <module> and <file>) that can be used >to include the branch tag in the subject line of the commit emails? No, and it would not make any sense either... The reason is that when a commit is made to files in a directory (or worse, several directories) there can be as many tags (sticky or branch) as there are files committed.... Each file can be on a completely separate branch. Since this is so (and since I often use sandboxes where a few files are updated to various different branches) I found it to be impossible to do what you request. There is also a limit to the length of the subject line in an email and one has to be careful not to exceed it in order not to crash the mail sending. The only time it would make sense to do this is when the mail is sent as a result of a cvs tag command, which by nature only has a single tag value associated with it. But CVSMailer is currently not working that way. >Thanks for your wonderful product! You're welcome. /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)