>>>> "Martin" == Martin Schwenke
Martin> My commit from 2002-06-07 didn't seem to make it to you:
Martin> Is there any way I could have avoided this?
There's no easy way.
There is a bug in CVS such that if (a) you do "cvs commit ." in a top
directory and (b) there are files in subdirectories that need to be
committed, CVS will commit only files from subdirectories. This is
longstanding and for some reason the CVS developers have never done
anything about it. That's one possible source of such problems
(however, I don't see any subdirectories of prog-modes, so that
doesn't seem likely in this case).
Doing cvs status will pick this up. Also, you can watch the
xemacs-cvs list for commit notices. I use Message-IDs to identify
what I'm committing, but there's no automated way to match the commits
with the patches. :-(
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