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Well, use verifymsg? But what if I need file names when committing? Then I need to use commitinfo. My app processes file names and log message information to a database. It works but not for the case which I already described below. Alexander Potapenko wrote: > Hello! > > > > It seems I have found a bug in CVSNT. I write an application for CVSNT > to do some useful stuff while committing. And I indicate my app in > CommitInfo file. When I commit a file from the command as follows: > cvs commit -m" this is a log message > > all the arguments are passed to my app. But when I don't specify a log > message in the command line: > > cvs commit > > first my app is called with all the arguments but the log message, and > only after when my app returns to CVS, I can enter the log message in > NotePad. That is to say the log message is not passed to my app in this > case. > > I use CVS 2.5. Could anybody solve this problem? Thanks. > Use verifymsg. Tony