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Re: Réf. : RE: Réf. : RE: CVS 1. 12.13 on Win : repository location prob


From: Jerry Wang
Subject: Re: Réf. : RE: Réf. : RE: CVS 1. 12.13 on Win : repository location problem
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 17:40:43 -0500

I have same problem. If I use version 1.11.21, everything is OK. But with 
version 1.12.13, I can not either check out or export project from repository 
with same error.



I think it's a bug in check out and export module. But I have no time to check 
it.



>To: "Schrum, Allan (Allan)" <address@hidden>, address@hidden

>From: address@hidden

>Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 15:52:44 +0100

>Cc: 

>Subject: =?iso-8859-1?q?R=E9f=2E_=3A_RE=3A_R=E9f=2E_=3A_RE=3A_CVS_1=2E12?=

> =?iso-8859-1?q?=2E13_on_Win_=3A_repository_location_problem?=

>

>

>>>>I've just downloaded and compiled CVS 1.12.13 on WinXP, but it has a

>>>>strange behavior.

>>>>I try to tell him the repositiory is on L: (btw, it is a network drive

>>>>managed by NFS Maestro) but it complains :

>>>>

>>>>  >> C:\temp>cvs-new -dL:\ESDEV\REPOSITORY_ES2 co -d. eel

>>>>  >> cvs-new [checkout aborted]: Failed to resolve path:

>>>>  `L:\ESDEV\REPOSITORY_ES2': No such file or directory

>>>>

>>>>

>>>>If I put slashes instead of backslashes :

>>>>

>>>>  >> C:\temp>cvs-new -dL:/ESDEV/REPOSITORY_ES2 co -d. eel

>>>>  >> cvs-new [checkout aborted]: reading from server: No such file or

>directory

>>>>  >>

>>>>  >> C:\temp>L : hôte inconnu

>>>>  >> rsh : impossible d'établir la connexion.

>>>>

>>>>I tried to init a repository on my C: drive and it worked (I also

>imported

>>>>a few files),

>>>>but when I try to access t with cvs -d C:\myrepository it complains in

>the

>>>>same way.

>>>>

>>>>What's wrong here ?

>>>>

>>>>NOTE : this was fine with my old cvs.exe (1.11.5), even with the network

>>>>drive.

>>>>The only thing that wasn't working was the checkout/export of modules

>>>>defined in my

>>>>modules file. (cvs was unable to find the module, but if i do the same

>on

>>>>the unix

>>>>machine where the repository is, it works without problems). I was

>hoping

>>>>to fix this with the new version ...

>>>>

>>>

>>>Perhaps because the CVSROOT directory includes a colon, you must use the

>>>:local: prefix so that the software can properly parse the CVSROOT path.

>>>See:

>>>http://ximbiot.com/cvs/manual/cvs-1.11.21/cvs_2.html#IDX12

>>>

>>>Try (using your example):

>>>

>>>             cvs-new -d:local:L:/ESDEV/REPOSITORY_ES2 co -d. eel

>>

>>

>>Doesn't help.

>>The strange thing is that if I use the new cvs on an existing local copy

>>of my code (checked out with an old cvs.exe from the network repository

>>on L:), it works !! An all the Root files in CVs directories ahve the

>>same path (L:\ESDEV\REPOSITORY_ES2) ...

>

>I'm using CVS :

>

>- with 1.11.5 (only got the executable) it is unable to "see" the modules

>- with 1.12.13 it has problems in finding the repository directory (with

>or without :local:)

>

>[If I use CVSNT everything works fine, but it is much slower that 1.11.5]

>

>

>

>

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Sincerely

Jerry
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