[cvsnt] Re: forcing a commit even if a trigger script says abo

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Thu Jun 8 21:31:44 BST 2006

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David Somers wrote:
> Is there a way to force a commit to happen even if a trigger'd script (e.g.
> verifymsg) says to abort the commit? I thought (well, hoped) cvs commit -f
> might have done the trick, but it doesn't :-(
Nope... if you need an override you need to make your script able to 
handle that somehow.

TBH I normally just temporarily disable them if I need to bypass checks.


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