svn logging and MS_CVSID

Kralidis,Tom [Burlington] Tom.Kralidis at EC.GC.CA
Thu May 3 11:44:32 EDT 2007

> Kralidis,Tom [Burlington] wrote:
> > When applying commits, log messages do not appear at the 
> top of files 
> > the way they did in CVS.
> Tom,
> Good point.  In fact, we should likely remove the $Log$ logs 
> since the fact that they don't reflect the most recent 
> changes is confusing.
> I'd be willing to do that if no one objects.  I have a script 
> I used for GDAL that should be repurposable.
>  >  Do we have to do anything in particular in
> > formatting/keywords when applying commits in svn?
> I'm not sure what you mean.  We did discuss including the bug 
> id at the end of the commit message prefixed with the #.

I meant is there any particular reason why $Log$ logs weren't being put
out when using svn.  But then I confirmed that $Log$ is not supported as
a keyword
So I would agree with removing $Log$ log messages in the code.
> > As well, should MS_CVSID now be MS_SVNID, or maybe something more 
> > generic?
> Now this sounds like busy work!  I don't see any compelling 
> reason to fiddle with this.

Great.  Just checking :)

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