(emacs)Log Entries

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Log Entries

   When you're editing an initial comment or log entry for inclusion in
a master file, finish your entry by typing `C-c C-c'.

`C-c C-c'
     Finish the comment edit normally (`vc-finish-logentry').  This
     finishes check-in.

   To abort check-in, just don't type `C-c C-c' in that buffer.  You
can switch buffers and do other editing.  As long as you don't try to
check in another file, the entry you were editing remains in its
buffer, and you can go back to that buffer at any time to complete the

   If you change several source files for the same reason, it is often
convenient to specify the same log entry for many of the files.  To do
this, use the history of previous log entries.  The commands `M-n',
`M-p', `M-s' and `M-r' for doing this work just like the minibuffer
history commands (except that these versions are used outside the

   Each time you check in a file, the log entry buffer is put into VC
Log mode, which involves running two hooks: `text-mode-hook' and
`vc-log-mode-hook'.  Note: Hooks.

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