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Re: [Nano-devel] CVS question.

From: Ken Tyler
Subject: Re: [Nano-devel] CVS question.
Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 21:32:27 +1100

On Sat, 18 Jan 2003, Jordi Mallach wrote:


> Strange. I will go PowerPC whenever I replace my computer. This Athlon
> will last for many years still, though. Or maybe a powerbook :)

But it won't be a ten (or more) year old Amiga with a 200 Mhz 604e will it
?  I tired of patching kernels and having bugs in X and of course having
two different SCSI cards that displayed the same problem, a problem that I
worked on many times and never fixed.  I intend to restore the Amiga to
Workbench, someone (who owns Commodore now ?) is releasing a new OS
version early this year.
> > address@hidden nano-1.1.12_CVS]# cvs diff -D now
> > cvs [diff aborted]: internal error: get_cvs_port_number called for invalid 
> > connection method (ext): Invalid argument

> What CVSROOT are you using?

I have a line in .cvspass 
   :pserver:address@hidden:/cvsroot/nano A

nano/CVS/Root contains

this allowed on my old system to do

   cvs diff -D now xx
   cvs update -D now xx

without any -d:pserver:an.... option

I don't set a CVSROOT variable, I removed it and now add appropriate lines
to .cvspass for the CVS sites/trees I access - it did work...


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