Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > FYI, in going through the release notes, I would like to remind
> > committers that it is important to mention if the commit was backpatched
> > to any earlier release.  Not only is this valuable for making the
> > release notes, but it also helps people looking at the commit message.
> With the standard output from cvs2cl, this is pretty obvious anyway, no?
> I see entries like
> 2006-08-29 09:39  teodor
>       * contrib/tsearch2/: tsvector.c (REL8_1_STABLE), tsvector.c: Remove
>       pos comparison in silly_cmp_tsvector(): it is not a semantically
>       significant
> so it seems to me that explicit mention of back-patching is mostly
> redundant.  (Of course, this requires the committer to commit all the
> branches at about the same time, which I make an effort to do precisely
> so that the cvs log looks nice.  If some time elapses between patching
> and back-patching then a mention in the commit message is definitely
> needed.)

I pull activity only from HEAD, so I do not see that tag.  In fact, I
use our src/tools/pgcvslog rather than cvslog.

  Bruce Momjian   [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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