[cvsnt] CVSROOT admin files and CVSMailer

Indhu indhu at cdactvm.in
Tue May 1 04:51:12 BST 2007

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Hello Rick,
 Thanks for the help. I replaced the DEFAULT with the modulename & it
worked how I wanted it to work.


On Mon, 30 Apr 2007 16:49:47 +0530, Indhu wrote:

> Hi,
>  If it's a single group it is working. But for example, I have 2
>  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
> to users listed under Groupname1(which is the users of Module1)?
> Thanks
> Indhu

You need to make an entry for each module you want the different groups
receive email for.
^MyModuleForGroup1 C:/Programs/CVSMailer/CVSMailer.exe -l$CVSPID "$USER"
$CVSROOT -rGroupName1 %{sVv}
^Group2Module C:/Programs/CVSMailer/CVSMailer.exe -l$CVSPID "$USER"
$CVSROOT -rGroupName2 %{sVv}

If you're still having problem after trying this post the contents of
group, user and loginfo files.


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