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Is it possible to add a comment with cli checkin command?


Patrick Cunniff (1314) | asked Sep 19 '12, 10:06 a.m.
edited Sep 19 '12, 1:58 p.m. by DJ Houghton (2663)
 Right now, I have to do this:

lscm checkin TestApps
lscm changeset comment <changeset>  <comment>
lscm deliver

but I want to add a comment with the checkin command so that I don't have to run 'status' to get the changeset number since I'll be running this in a script. What I'm looking for is something like:

lscm checkin -comment <comment> TestApps
lscm deliver

or

lscm checkin -alias <alias> TestApps
lscm changeset comment <alias> <comment>
lscm deliver

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Karl Weinert commented Sep 19 '12, 11:26 a.m.
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DJ Houghton (2663) | answered Sep 19 '12, 1:57 p.m.
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Patrick Cunniff (1314) | answered Sep 19 '12, 2:48 p.m.
Here is the workaround I am using for now:

lscm create changeset <comment>
lscm checkin TestApps
lscm deliver

(the create changeset will set the changeset to the current one)

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Jeff Foege (45256460) | answered Sep 19 '12, 6:21 p.m.
I do the following:

1) lscm status
2) Call an external script that will creates a new changeset then parses the outout for the alias of the new changeset.
3) Using the output from above, lscm changeset associate
4) lscm changeset comment
5) lscm deliver

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