On Tuesday 11 April 2006 21:50, Andreas Fuchs wrote:
> Hi all,
> I wrote a commit shell script for my own use today, and improved it
> according to use cases G=C3=A1bor Melis told me about.
> It does some sanity checking (checking that every committed file is
> up-to-date, checking that the version was incremented), generates a
> simple commit message template from the version in version.lisp-expr
> and then commits the files.
> It exits if the commit message is unchanged or if the version number
> is not identical to the one in version.lisp-expr.
> So, if anyone of you wants to use^H^H^Htest it, here it is:
=2D removed cd `dirname $0`, because "../../commit.sh bignum.lisp" fails
=2D made it call itself with "." if no files are given as opposed to the=20
original version that only commits the version file in this case
=2D always check the up-to-dateness