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Siegfried Heintze wrote: > (5) I used cvs -d :pserver:Siegfried at 192.168.0.8/TESTCVSROOT add > makefile.g77 and it worked! I used a commit and it worked. I edit a file, > save it and checkin worked! Hurray! This has been a brutal struggle! Glad it's working. The moral of this story: Don't mix your *nix and Win32 versions of CVS... > > Now, here is my question: can I salvage my original repository that I > created with the command "cvs -d /cygdrive/c/CONVEX init"? I've tried using > service control panel to change the repository name from C:/CONVEX to > /CONVEX. Of course, at this time, I abandoned the /c//CONVEX syntax in > favor of the /CONVEX syntax. When this did not work either, I used the > service control panel to switch the name of my repository back again to > C:/CONVEX and tried to use the /C//CONVEX syntax. You should be able to: 1) Create a new repository, or choose one you have created that works. 2) Copy all the ,v files with their directory structure (WITHOUT the CVSROOT directory) into the new repository. > > I can sure think of a lot things that would improve that documentation in > the cvsnt chm file. I would encourage you to contribute your suggestions or updated documentation. Tony seems very willing to get some help with the docs. -- Glen Starrett