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Re: Needs CVS email notification help !

Subject: Re: Needs CVS email notification help !
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Date: Wed, 05 Apr 2006 00:08:02 +0000
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Jim and Larry,

Thank you. That did it.
I read that loginfo for the least two days before I ask the question.
I would kick myself for it. I did add projects/drivers after projects and work 
with it for awhile, but never tried the order way around. Untill your two are 
corrected me.

Thanks,

De-
 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: [email protected] (Larry Jones)
> [email protected] writes:
> > 
> > Thus to me in loginfo its look for module. Since projects is a module
> > and projects/drivers is not, thus if I turn it around like:
> > 
> > "projects/drivers some_other_script
> > projects some_script" 
> > 
> > then its would not work either.
> 
> Wrong.  Have you read the section of the manual on loginfo?
> 
>       <http://ximbiot.com/cvs/manual/cvs-1.11.21/cvs_18.html#SEC175>
> 
> The first entry on the line is a regular expression that is matched
> against the *directory* being committed (relative to $CVSROOT) --
> nothing about modules.  The entries are tried in order and only the
> first matching line is used (except for the special case of "ALL").  The
> regular expression is not anchored, so it will match anywhere, not just
> at the beginning.  Thus, the regular expression "projects" matches
> "projects", "projects/drivers", and even "myprojectscripts".  If you
> only want to match at the beginning, you need to explicitly say so in
> your regular expression (e.g., "^projects").  If you only want to match
> in a directory but not its subdirectories, you can also anchor at the
> end (e.g., "^projects$").
> 
> -Larry Jones
> 
> I hope Mom and Dad didn't rent out my room. -- Calvin





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