8.3 User-defined logging
You can customize CVS to log various kinds of
actions, in whatever manner you choose. These
mechanisms operate by executing a script at various
times. The script might append a message to a file
listing the information and the programmer who created
it, or send mail to a group of developers, or, perhaps,
post a message to a particular newsgroup. To log
commits, use the `loginfo' file (see section Loginfo).
To log tags, use the `taginfo' file (see section Taginfo).
To log commits, checkouts, exports, and tags,
respectively, you can also use the `-i',
`-o', `-e', and `-t' options in the
modules file. For a more flexible way of giving
notifications to various users, which requires less in
the way of keeping centralized scripts up to date, use
cvs watch add command (see section Telling CVS to notify you); this command is useful even if you are not
cvs watch on.