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[Savannah-hackers] Re: Question regarding cvs issues

From: Elfyn McBratney
Subject: [Savannah-hackers] Re: Question regarding cvs issues
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 15:50:37 +0100 (BST)
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Elfyn McBratney said:
> Hello Dan,
> Dan Cech said:
>> Hi Elfyn,
>> I didn't want to clog up the bugtracker lists on either or
>> savannah, but just wondered what exactly the status was?
>> I have been experiencing the 'Case' problem with both 1.7.1 and 1.7.3
>> versions of TortoiseCVS, and after reading your posts to both lists I am
>> a little confused.
>> Your latest post to the tracker:
>>> Hrrm, I feel a bit silly now.. the "Case" entry is there, but the cvs
>>> proxy we run doesn't "support" it, so it doesn't send it on to the
>>> client as it does with the other requests.
>> seems to indicate there is an issue with the savannah cvs proxy, rather
>> than with cvsnt itself.  In contrast the savannah support item seems to
>> indicate it is a problem with cvsnt.
>> I don't mean to bother you, but just wanted to get a clearer picture of
>> whether this is something likely to be sorted out soon or if I should
>> switch to a client which doesn't support the Case command whilst we
>> await an update from cvsnt?
> After a long examination of the Savannah CVS system, I've come to the
> conclusion that the fault is in fact with us and not in the CVS client.  I
> have informed the FSF sysadmins (who run the system) of the problem and am
> awaiting a resolution.
> We will be working on getting this fixed ASAP as it is affecting many of
> our users, but in the interim you might want to use a different client
> temporarily, if you can.

Hello Dan,

I just wanted to let you know that we've fixed the CVS issues that we were
having at Savannah.  CVS should now work for you (whatever client you


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