[cvsnt] cvsnt bugID

Joe.VanQuakebeke at ingenix.com Joe.VanQuakebeke at ingenix.com
Fri Jun 23 14:41:38 BST 2006

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> > I would like to use the bugID attribute and check that 
> against our bug 
> > tracking tool.  
> In a Perl script you need to look in the CVS directory, I 
> think it's Entries.Extra from memory.  Parse that file to 
> find the name of the file being committed then check for a bug ID.
 I just looked there and in the Entries file.  No Luck.  You mentioned
3GL earlier.  Where in the sources would I find that?  I just did a find
. | grep 3 and didn't get anything that resembled a file with 3GL in the


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