[Cvsnt] Re: cvsntuptd

John Peacock jpeacock at rowman.com
Fri Mar 22 15:06:41 GMT 2002

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Kyrre Kristiansen wrote:
> ; top level folder for all websites
> WWWRoot =D:\inetpub\wwwroot\project\arkiv\
> It seems to wirk fine for all the files committed in all directories except
> the one with the long pathname,
> /project/dok/arkitektur/ArkitekturDok/NVDBmodell/ is the root of the
> dokumentation, but the deepest directory is (relative to the above
> directory) cat3577016c03ba/cat3c57f0cf015c/cat3c57fba90016/cat3c4dd680017d/
> The bizarre thing is that it never even updates the root folder of the
> dokumentation (the top one)!

Two things to try -

1) it is also distinctly possible that there is something wrong with the already
checked out sandbox (since that path is not long at all).  Try moving the
existing files out of the way and recheck out the module.  That is one very nice
thing about keeping the web site exclusively in CVS; you can wipe it and restore
it from the repository at any time.

2) use SUBST to cut down the size of that path:

 From a command prompt (this will *not* survive rebooting)

	SUBST W: D:\inetpub\wwwroot\project\arkiv\

then change the ini file to be

	WWWRoot = W:\



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