* Maurice LeBrun <mjl@...> [2004-01-24 15:27]:
> Yes, it was:
> Subject: [Plplot-cvs] plplot bootstrap.sh,1.27,1.28
> Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2004 09:30:27 -0800
> Update of /cvsroot/plplot/plplot
> In directory sc8-pr-cvs1.sourceforge.net:/tmp/cvs-serv5436
> Modified Files:
> Log Message:
> Dummy commit
> So, what happens when you commit multiple files in the same dir?
> Do they all get put in the subject line?
> Personally, I liked the previous behavior (listing the directory)
> better, since cvs always sends out one message per directory anyway.
I did just a dummy commit to check this:
Subject: [Plplot-cvs] plplot acinclude.m4,1.13,1.14 bootstrap.sh,1.28,1.29
Update of /cvsroot/plplot/plplot
In directory sc8-pr-cvs1.sourceforge.net:/tmp/cvs-serv32264
Dummy commit, please ignore
I prefer the inclusion of file names in the Subject line, but this is a
matter of taste, since people may dislike long lines. I am afraid we cannot
easily change this behavior, unless we use a customized version of syncmail
installed in our CVSROOT.
On the other hands, I just noticed that cvs diffs are included in the commit
notifications. This is extremely handy. I added option -u to the syncmail
call in CVSROOT/loginfo, such that we have now unified diff (shorter and