Uses the string msg as  the  log  message  for  all revisions  checked in.  By convention, log messages that start with # are comments and are  ignored  by programs  like  GNU  Emacs's vc package.  Also, log messages that start with {clumpname}  (followed  by white  space)  are  meant to be clumped together if possible, even if they are associated with  different  files;  the {clumpname} label is used only for clumping, and is not considered to be part  of  the log message itself.

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