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Re: Suppressing log suppression (down with the -l switch)

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Suppressing log suppression (down with the -l switch)
Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 10:24:21 -0400
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Brian Lenihan wrote:

In case there is some valid reason to disable history logging which I
am unaware of, it would be nice if it was a configurable option.  A
CVSROOT/config keyword would be much nicer than a compile-time or
configure option.  Otherwise, the -l flag should be removed

Is there a valid reason for client suppression of history logging?  Larry?

If no one pipes up, I'm all for removing this option. System administrators can already turn off history logging in the config file or simply by removing the CVSROOT/history file.



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