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aw_asdf.spam at me.not.yahoo.com wrote: > Having just installed a repo on an NT server machine, I am > now setting up some remote clients to talk to it. I have > found something a bit odd. > > My repo is on the NT box (accessed through pserver mode, > cvsnt 1.11.2), in the directory "c:\cvshome" > > On the Windows boxen, I can access it through the CVSROOT > :pserver:user at machine:c:\cvshome > or > :pserver:user at machine://c/cvshome The second form shouldn't work (it sounds like a cygwin path?). > But on any UNIX clients, I can only see it as > :pserver:user at machine:/c//cvshome > which doesn't fly on the NT boxen. That will work on the NT boxes too. > My question is, .'. -- where are the two slashes _supposed_ > to be in UNC names? Anyone know? Where should I be looking > (in the code) to clean this up? It's not a UNC path, it's a special way of specifying the drive letter because the unix client can't use ':' in pathnames. Tony _______________________________________________ Cvsnt mailing list Cvsnt at cvsnt.org http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt https://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/en.asp#downcvs