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Re: docs-common/common/entities entities-it.ent, 1.9, 1.10 entities-it.xml, 1.8, 1.9

On Wed, 2006-03-01 at 18:19 -0300, Hugo Cisneiros wrote:
> Tommy Reynolds wrote:
> > Uttered "Hugo Cisneiros" (eitch) <fedora-docs-commits redhat com>, spake thus:
> > 
> >>Modified Files:
> >>	entities-it.ent entities-it.xml 
> >>Log Message:
> >>added pt_BR translations
> > 
> >  
> >  I hope the 'pt_BR' log message was a typo for this "it" Italian file!
> Dunno what happened, I updated my tree with "cvs up", *only added and 
> changed pt_BR files*, and did a "cvs ci -m 'added pt_BR translations". 
> Looks like I grabbed new -it files from the "cvs up" and commited by 
> accident.
> I realized (quaid told me in IRC) how I could commit all files that I 
> modified to the CVS: stripping the filenames in the cvs ci last 
> argument. It was the first time I used this approach :) Is it a bad habit?

My vote is, "Yes."  In fact, before I do a commit, I do a "cvs diff
<filenames...>" to see what exactly I'm going to be committing.  If you
leave out the file names, the same rules apply, it will be recursive
from your current directory.  This is a good way of doing "check
yourself before you wreck yourself."

> Looks like because of this I will back to specifying the files manually 
> instead of letting cvs decide what's to commit or not...
> Sorry ;)

The great thing about CVS is that most harm is undoable, and I doubt
this was a big deal.  It may partly be obviated by my next post in the
entities thread.

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