James Britt wrote:
> Joel VanderWerf wrote:
> >
> > No idea. One possible solution is to put a "stub" rakefile in the dir,
> > and the stub requires the main rakefile. Then (IIRC) the pwd during the
> > rake tasks will be that of the stub. But maybe you don't want to scatter
> > stubs all over the place.
>
> Right, that's the whole point.  For example, I have a Rake task that
> will do an svn commit.  I've also aliased rake to r , so I can do this
> to commit code:
>
>   $ r com This is my log message

how are you accessing "This is my log message" in your task?

t.