[aur-general] Community commit messages

Allan McRae allan at archlinux.org
Fri Nov 6 21:31:40 EST 2009

Xyne wrote:
> Chris Brannon wrote:
>> Ionut Biru wrote:
>>> the default message is "updpkg: $pkname $pkgver"
>> communitypkg doesn't prompt for a message.  I stopped using it during
>> the cvs -> svn transition, because I didn't have a version that used
>> svn.  The nice thing about calling svn commit directly is that it prompts
>> you for a commit message, and even spawns an editor so you can write it.
>> There is no "default".
>> Yay for doing things by hand!
>> -- Chris
> I've been using my own scripts to handle build->upload->commit. I'll
> tweak those to prompt for commit messages instead of appending whatever
> default message I've been using.

Why?  What is wrong with the scripts in devtools?   It is just 
'makechrootpkg' followed by 'communitypkg "message"'.

You are lucky Aaron is on holiday because people not using those scripts 
is one of his pet peeves. :)

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