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CVS question

On Wed, Jun 15, 2005 at 08:51:42AM -0400, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> I want to change the log entry. When I committed some changes, I mistakenly 
> duplicated the log entry, and I want to correct the log entry only. One way 
> of doing this is to edit the ,v file in the CVS repository directly.  
> Another is to revert the file and make the change again. 

It looks like "cvs admin -m" will do the trick. Something like this:

  cvs admin '-m3.2:Replacement message for revision 3.2'


> It there a way that an administrator can change an existing log entry by 
> using a CVS command. 
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