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   If you have an idea about any customization that would be handy but
isn't present in this list, please tell me!  Note: Bugs for info on
how to reach me.

     If set to anything else than `nil' the edit buffer will be erased
     before you write the log message (Note: Committing changes.).

     The copyright message that is displayed on startup can be annoying
     after a while.  Set this variable to `t' if you want to get rid of
     it.  (But don't set this to `t' in the system defaults file - new
     users should see this message at least once).

     A list of strings to pass as arguments to the `cvs diff' and
     `diff' programs.  This is used by `cvs-mode-diff-cvs' and
     `cvs-mode-diff-backup' (key `b', Note: Viewing differences.).  If
     you prefer the Unidiff format you could add this line to your
     `.emacs' file:

          (setq cvs-diff-flags '("-u"))

     If this variable is non-`nil' or if a prefix argument is given (but
     not both) to `cvs-mode-diff-cvs' or `cvs-mode-diff-backup' marked
     files are not considered selected.

     List of strings to send to `cvs log'.  Used by `cvs-mode-log' (key
     `l', Note: Getting info about files.).

     List of strings to send to `cvs status'.  Used by `cvs-mode-status'
     (key `s', Note: Getting info about files.).

     If this variable is set to any non-`nil' value
     `cvs-mode-remove-handled' will be called every time you check in
     files, after the check-in is ready.  Note: Removing handled

     If this variable is set to any non-`nil' value any buffers you have
     that visit a file that is committed will be automatically reverted.
     This variable is default `t'. Note: Committing changes.

     The `-u' flag in the `modules' file can be used to run a command
     whenever a `cvs update' is performed (see cvs(5)).  This regexp is
     used to search for the last line in that output.  It is normally
     set to `"$"'.  That setting is only correct if the command outputs
     nothing.  Note that pcl-cvs will get very confused if the command
     outputs *anything* to `stderr'.

     This variable can be set to override `CVSROOT'.  It should be a
     string. If it is set then everytime a cvs command is run it will be
     called as `cvs -d CVS-CVSROOT...'  This can be useful if your site
     has several repositories.

     Pcl-cvs uses this *environment variable* to decide where to put the
     temporary files it needs.  It defaults to `/tmp' if it is not set.

     When you enter a log message in the `*cvs-commit-message*' buffer
     pcl-cvs will normally automatically insert a trailing newline,
     unless there already is one.  This behavior can be controlled via
     `cvs-commit-buffer-require-final-newline'.  If it is `t' (the
     default behavior), a newline will always be appended.  If it is
     `nil', newlines will never be appended.  Any other value causes
     pcl-cvs to ask the user whenever there is no trailing newline in
     the commit message buffer.

     If this variable is set to any non-`nil' value the `.cvsignore'
     will always be sorted whenever you use `cvs-mode-ignore' to add a
     file to it.  This option is on by default.

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