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Re: Proposal to Remove Commit/Update-Prog Functionality

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Proposal to Remove Commit/Update-Prog Functionality
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 16:25:57 -0500
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Elliot Murphy wrote:

May I ask how you are using it, specifically?


We've got a custom-built defect tracking system, and on our various
CVS servers, the checkin prog talks to the defect database. It's done
to create associations between all changed files and a particular defect,
and also as a way of enforcing that engineers specify which defect a checkin is intended to fix. It's not the most brilliant thing in the world, and there are obvious ways for a malicious user to defeat it,
but that's what we are doing with it.


Are you using about programs specified in CVSROOT/commitinfo and CVSROOT/loginfo or are you using programs specified using the `-i' and `-u' modules options in the CVSROOT/modules file?



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