Is it possible to have a aap script which
allow the user to do:
which will do one 'cvs ci ' and use one
I've only been able to commit on a per
file bases and have to supply comment
for each file.
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Simon Liang (?) wrote:
> Is it possible to have a aap script which
> allow the user to do:
> aap *
> which will do one 'cvs ci ' and use one
> I've only been able to commit on a per
> file bases and have to supply comment
> for each file.
I was just thinking about this. Mostly because a per-file commit takes
a lot of time. Although I don't know if doing a directory commit is
actually faster (internet speed is unpredictable, hard to get reliable
Since Aap leaves the checking of changes to CVS, running CVS directly is
probably the simplest solution:
:sys cvs commit
Is there any drawback to doing it this way? I think this is portable
and works on all systems (so long as it has a cvs command, of course).
You can add any other cvs arguments you may want to use (if you can
figure out which ones you need, there are many).
If your only trouble is the comment, you can set $LOGENTRY:
LOGENTRY = updated for version $Version
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