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rcstemplates with Eclipse cvs checkins [message #305109] Thu, 22 June 2006 22:04 Go to next message
Mark F is currently offline Mark FFriend
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hello all, I'm attempting to get my Eclipse 3.1.2 to properly use
rcstemplates on a CVS check-in. Currently, my rcstemplate file has one
line "BugID: ". When I go to check-in a file, the rcstemplate is displayed
correctly, however the "BugID: " string is striped out of the actual cvs
comment (only what I've entered in the comment window after the template is
left).

Is this intended functionality? I find it strange since command line cvs
(and most cvs clients I've worked with), don't do this. They simply
include the template text along with the appended comments.

Does anyone know of a way to get eclipse to include the text of the
rcstemplate along with the comments.

Thanks
Mark
Re: rcstemplates with Eclipse cvs checkins [message #305134 is a reply to message #305109] Fri, 23 June 2006 13:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michael Valenta is currently offline Michael ValentaFriend
Messages: 560
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
This is a bug. The template is stripped if it is unmodified and only
appended to. This is generally correct but should only happen if there
are no changes on the last line (as in your case). I thought there was
an existing bug for this but I have not been able to find it. Please
enter a new bug report against Platform/CVS.

Michael

Mark F wrote:
> Hello all, I'm attempting to get my Eclipse 3.1.2 to properly use
> rcstemplates on a CVS check-in. Currently, my rcstemplate file has one
> line "BugID: ". When I go to check-in a file, the rcstemplate is displayed
> correctly, however the "BugID: " string is striped out of the actual cvs
> comment (only what I've entered in the comment window after the template is
> left).
>
> Is this intended functionality? I find it strange since command line cvs
> (and most cvs clients I've worked with), don't do this. They simply
> include the template text along with the appended comments.
>
> Does anyone know of a way to get eclipse to include the text of the
> rcstemplate along with the comments.
>
> Thanks
> Mark
Re: rcstemplates with Eclipse cvs checkins [message #305135 is a reply to message #305134] Fri, 23 June 2006 13:41 Go to previous message
Mark F is currently offline Mark FFriend
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Will do.

Thanks
Mark

Michael Valenta wrote:

> This is a bug. The template is stripped if it is unmodified and only
> appended to. This is generally correct but should only happen if there
> are no changes on the last line (as in your case). I thought there was
> an existing bug for this but I have not been able to find it. Please
> enter a new bug report against Platform/CVS.
>
> Michael
>
> Mark F wrote:
>> Hello all, I'm attempting to get my Eclipse 3.1.2 to properly use
>> rcstemplates on a CVS check-in. Currently, my rcstemplate file has one
>> line "BugID: ". When I go to check-in a file, the rcstemplate is
>> displayed correctly, however the "BugID: " string is striped out of the
>> actual cvs comment (only what I've entered in the comment window after
>> the template is left).
>>
>> Is this intended functionality? I find it strange since command line cvs
>> (and most cvs clients I've worked with), don't do this. They simply
>> include the template text along with the appended comments.
>>
>> Does anyone know of a way to get eclipse to include the text of the
>> rcstemplate along with the comments.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Mark
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