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nilvalue, ‘cvs-mode-remove-handled’ will be called every time you check in files, after the check-in is ready. See Removing handled entries.
nilvalue, directories that do not contain any files to be checked in will not be listed in the *cvs* buffer.
cvs(5)). This regexp is used to search for the last line in that output. It is normally set to ‘$’. That setting is only correct if the command outputs nothing. Note that PCL-CVS will get very confused if the command outputs anything to
cvscommand is run, it will be called as ‘cvs -d cvs-cvsroot...’. This can be useful if your site has several repositories.
nil, include full ChangeLog paragraphs in the CVS log created by ‘cvs-mode-changelog-commit’. This may be set in the local variables section of a ChangeLog file, to indicate the policy for that ChangeLog.
A ChangeLog paragraph is a bunch of log text containing no blank lines; a paragraph usually describes a set of changes with a single purpose, but perhaps spanning several functions in several files. Changes in different paragraphs are unrelated.
You could argue that the CVS log entry for a file should contain the
full ChangeLog paragraph mentioning the change to the file, even though
it may mention other files, because that gives you the full context you
need to understand the change. This is the behavior you get when this
variable is set to
t, the default.
On the other hand, you could argue that the CVS log entry for a change
should contain only the text for the changes which occurred in that
file, because the CVS log is per-file. This is the behavior you get
when this variable is set to