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Here ia another one grateful for youur tips! I have added them and verified that now the ViewCvs problems are gone. Question: Where can I see the effects of "rcsdiff"?? If this is the same as 'diff previous revision' then in my case it was not needed, the diffs worked also with the most recent CVSNT. But I might not have understood what "rcsdiff" is... /Bo On Sat, 8 Feb 2003 15:29:15 -0500, "John Goehringer" <john.goehringer at agilisys.net> wrote: >Good. We have not had anyone complain about the rcsdiff warnings, but here >is >the fix > >in viewcvs.py find the following (search for 'rcsdiff') > > args[len(args):] = ['-r' + rev1, '-r' + rev2, cvs_filename] > fp = >popen.popen(os.path.normpath(os.path.join(cfg.general.rcs_path,'rcsdiff')), >args, 'rt') > >and add the '-q', to the arugment definition > > args[len(args):] = ['-q', '-r' + rev1, '-r' + rev2, cvs_filename] > fp = >popen.popen(os.path.normpath(os.path.join(cfg.general.rcs_path,'rcsdiff')), >args, 'rt') > > >Thanks, >John Goehringer > >"Saumendra Poddar" <s at no-spam.com> wrote in message >news:b23f5t$ma8$1 at sisko.nodomain.org... >> Thank you very much John. This has solved the few problems that we are all >> facing while using viewCvs. Now I am able to get cvsGraph work without >those >> warning messages by implementing what u had adviced us. >> >> I am looking forward for the solution required to fix rcsdiff problem. >> >> Thanks >> Saumendra >> >> > /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)