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On Wed, 29 Nov 2006 22:07:29 +0100, Torsten Martinsen <torsten at vip.cybercity.dk> wrote: >Bo Berglund wrote: >> If they use WinCvs as a client then it is really helpful... >> It will substitute the empty comment entry with the string "no >> comment" >No, this is actually done by CVS itself - running 'cvs commit -m ""' >produces the log message '*** empty log message ***'. > >-Torsten Tested this just now: Edited a file and committed via WinCvs without filling in the message window. The command line sent by WinCvs looks like this in the bottom window: cvs commit -m "no message" -- BranchAddFile.txt (in directory F:\Engineering\Projects\Bosse\ModuleXX\) Then I again edited the file and committed via the command line: And now the message is stored as '*** empty log message ***' as you say. So the OP needs to look out for both strings, I guess... HTH /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)