[cvsnt] CVSNT 2.0.30 and ViewCVS (1.0 dev 5 Windows)
bo.berglund at telia.com
Fri Feb 20 19:31:30 GMT 2004
On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 19:35:18 +0100, Manuel Martin
<martin at ferber-software.de> wrote:
>I'm trying to upgrade our server from CVSNT 2.0.11 to 2.0.30.
>Now, with this version, no files are shown in ViewCVS, only directories.
>Message is: "NOTE: There are n files, but none match the current
>selection criteria." If I use the cvsnt.exe supplied with 2.0.11 for
>ViewCVS, files are shown again.
>Version 1.0 dev 5 of ViewCVS (for Windows) seems to be the latest
>ViewCVS uses Python 2.2, Apache 2.0.48 (standalone.py has the same
>issue), mod_python. The whole thing is installed on Windows 2003.
>Anyone any ideas? Does someone else happen to have the same problem? If
>there's a newer version of ViewCVS (for Windows) out, could someone
>point me to that direction? http://russ.hn.org/viewcvs/ is down, and
>viewcvs.sf.net's last version is from 2002 and probably older than mine.
>Bo, is your version newer?
I think that Russ's version is about 6-8 months old whereas the one
included inside my installer (version f) was retrieved from CVS HEAD
about two weeks ago.
If you download the source file you will find a complete set of files
from SourceForge HEAD. You could probably just copy some or all of the
*.py files over to your installation and test it out.
Otherwise if you want to use my installer, it needs to do a clean
install. I have not figured out yet how to do an update since I am
calling the underlying ViewCvs install script to get the sources put
in place in the correct way.
I guess I should update the CVSNT server on my test machine and check
After all it is running Apache at the moment. We'll see what can be
done during the weekend (but there are many sports events this
sat-sunday so there might not be much done...).
(Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)
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