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Re: Control boilerplate for log messages

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Control boilerplate for log messages
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 10:43:37 -0400 (EDT)

Dickson, Craig writes:
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> However when I go to commit my changes from the command line, in the
> editor window that pops up (Notepad), there is my template, but also the
> original boilerplate that appeared before when I didn't have a template
> (the one with the CVS: prefix on each line).
> I have a couple of questions: 
> 1. Is there a way to remove this boiler plate text? 


> 2. Or if not, can I control what it says? 


> 3. Can I use the same line prefix technique in my own template? 


> 4. Lastly can I make my template appear below the boilerplate in the
> editor instead of above it? 


("No" is shorthand for "Not without changing the code".)

-Larry Jones

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