On Wednesday 17 August 2005 14:16, Henrik Brix Andersen wrote: > Can you give an example of why you would want to use different commit > messages in a single commit? By the way, repoman commit doesn't allow you to do so: as it commits "in block" and you must call it also to change a single file in $FILESDIR (else you break the manifest), it makes more sense to do different commits. In this case it makes more sense to change the changelog just at the end with a summary of the changes, instead of polluting the changelog with "Fix for this file" ... "fix for that file" ... "last fix for that file" ...
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