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==== > Message: 15 > From: "Jones, David G" <DavidG.Jones at gbr.xerox.com> > To: "Cvsnt (E-mail)" <cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook> > Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2002 15:31:10 +0100 > Subject: [Cvsnt] ViewCVS > > Hi, I noticed a little while back that some people had managed to get ViewCVS running on windows > > using the version from http://russ.hn.org/viewcvs/ and I was hoping for some help. > <snip> > AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'split' > > > Does anyone know what's wrong - it looks like a library is missing/has changed. I'm running with > ActivePython 2.2.1 (should I have the version from Python.org?) on Apache and NT4 Having just installed the viewCVS-1.0-DEV dist available on that site yesterday, I can say that it works fairly well. The error you are quoting appears to be a python error, and other non-viewCVS scripts generate the same error: http://mla.libertine.org/tmda-workers/200111/msg00068.html Perhaps your script mapping is incorrect in apache, or you need a final "/" on the end of your URL. I've included my install notes below if that helps, although I'm currently using viewCVS with IIS5. Sorry for the lengthy message. > Also, which way should the slashes go in file paths in the .conf file on Win32 (or does it not > > > matter)? I tried to be consistent and use forward slashes everywhere: c:/blah/blah - Ben ==== Grab latest versions of various utils: - Activestate python 2.x - you'll need the cvs/rcs tools (duh. :) - viewCVS-1.0-Dev for win32: http://russ.hn.org/viewcvs/ - enscript -- I had to install the complete dir tree from: http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/ And the compiled binary from: http://www.tc.cornell.edu/Research/CompMatSci/Multiscale/DigitalMaterial /Software/Win32Config.shtml The first got installed into c:/progra~1/enscript/, while the later requires the .cfg file to be in c:/util/enscript/ The escript.cfg file needs to be modified to the correct system specific paths - sed, from: http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/, installed in c:/services/cvs/sed.exe - I don't think you need: gettext or libiconv. (from: http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/) when using the binary of enscript from cornell - cvsgraph (graph application): used included binary from viewcvs dist (windows/binaries/) copied into c:/services/cvs -- cvsgraph.exe, libjpeg.6.dll, libpng.2.1.dll, and libz.dll - Setup IIS to point to the appropriate root (where I installed the viewcvs tree) - Mapped .cgi to python (' c:/services/python22/python.exe "%s" ') - added viewcvs.cgi as a default doc In viewcvs.conf: - enabled enscript, set path - enabled gzip - enabled cvsgraph - set paths - set fonts _______________________________________________ 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