RE: Checking branch for commit

2000-07-31 Thread Jerry Nairn
From: Laird Nelson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Marc Poinot wrote: On the server side ? Yes; even in a pserver or rsh context. If your script is being called [] semantics I can't recall at the moment). Here's an example: /ScopeTypes.java/1.1/Wed Jul 12 22:21:05 2000// Perhaps more

RE: Checking branch for commit

2000-07-31 Thread Chris Cameron
On Friday, July 28, 2000 9:45 PM, Marc Poinot [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: I have to check the commited branch, but the commitinfo actually gives nothing else but the file name. The loginfo has more infos, but it cannot make the commit fail. Thus, I have modified the src/commit.c file

Re: Checking branch for commit

2000-07-28 Thread Marc Poinot
Laird Nelson wrote: Marc Poinot wrote: The effect is that you can retrieve the old revision, the (possible) tag and the type of the file as an arg of the commitinfo called script. For tagging operations, you can always write a taginfo script instead. Yep, that's done. But I had to

Re: Checking branch for commit

2000-07-28 Thread Laird Nelson
Marc Poinot wrote: Laird Nelson wrote: Additionally, you can get the old version by having your commitinfo script look in ./CVS/Entries; the line with the filename in it will also have its old version. On the server side ? Yes; even in a pserver or rsh context. If your script is being