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Boris Smirnov wrote: > For my programming language it does not matter if it's in comment or > not, it's only looking for the $ signs. :) > It's a macro language for a special programm that we use. So comment > will not help, I already tried. I'm wondering if there could be another > workaround. Hmm... odd language though that doesn't support comments. You might have to switch keywords off for those files (assuming you can't change the behaviour of the language). > > btw. I'd avoid $Log as it creates merging problems. > And what it then other way of writting the commit message (comment ) to > the file? > Normally you wouldn't - you rely on audit for that. The problem with log is it changes the length of the file, so you get changes that aren't part of the code and can't be reversed by the merge code... causes conflicts that you wouldn't normally get. It still works OK but creates work when you're checking for differences etc. Tony