[cvsnt] CVSROOT admin files and CVSMailer

Indhu indhu at cdactvm.in
Mon Apr 30 12:19:47 BST 2007

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 If it's a single group it is working. But for example, I have 2 groups.
 I have entered 2 groups(GroupName1 & GroupName2) in the 'group' file.

 And modified the loginfo file as follows:

DEFAULT C:/Programs/CVSMailer/CVSMailer.exe -l$CVSPID "$USER" $CVSROOT
-rGroupName1 %{sVv}
DEFAULT C:/Programs/CVSMailer/CVSMailer.exe -l$CVSPID "$USER" $CVSROOT
-rGroupName2 %{sVv}

But how it will identify the changes in Module1 & send notification only
to users listed under Groupname1(which is the users of Module1)?


Rick Martin rsmandcam at _NO_SPAM_sbcglobal.net 
Thu Apr 26 18:31:08 BST 2007 

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On Thu, 26 Apr 2007 16:12:39 +0530, Indhu wrote:

> I have a project where there are 3 to 4 modules. 
> If I want to send email notifications to users depending on the
> different modules they work, how can I do that? I will be editing the
> loginfousers, loginfo,users & taginfo files for the users in the
> project. But how will I restrict Module1 email notifications from
> sent to any other module developers.
> How will I modify the loginfo file?


Create a group file in CVSROOT and create a different group for each of
projects or modules. See docs for group file format. 
In loginfo for each module use the -r option to mail to the group.


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