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Re: Fwd: pcl-cvs and quiet-behaving cvs

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: Fwd: pcl-cvs and quiet-behaving cvs
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 14:23:32 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)

> I am currently running PCL-CVS in Emacs with cvs 1.11.18.

> My setup has worked for many years, through many version upgrades of
> Emacs, cvs, ssh, bash, etc.  I keep an enourmous amount of information
> in CVS including my full home directory, etc.

> Recently, PCL-CVS has started behaving strangely with only one of my
> CVS servers.  The server is a Fedora Core 3 box running cvs 1.11.17.

> In particular, cvs always seems to run as if the -q or -Q switches had
> been passed to it, regardless of -f use, which seriously confuses
> PCL-CVS.  I do not have a .cvsrc, I have tested with an without cvs
> - -f, I have checked logs, I have run with emacs -q, etc.

> I am nearly reduced to doing some experiments with running over an
> unencrypted connection and tcpdump-ing to see what the heck is going
> on.

> Has anyone seen this kind of problem before?  Any suggestions?

This seems to be unrelated to PCL-CVS or even Emacs.  Better ask on the
info-cvs mailing-list.  Maybe you're accessing the server via ssh and the
remote account has a ~/.cvsrc which includes "cvs -q" ?


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