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Hi, thanks for your reply Tony Hoyle wrote: > On Tue, 18 May 2004 12:13:58 +0100, Jay <j.javed at sherara.com> wrote: > > > >>Now, the command being issued to cvs.exe is as follows: >> >>Root / > > > Firstly, a root as '/' is known to be problematic, due to the design > of CVS. It might work for simple uses though. > OK, I've changed the configuration. The Repository prefix is now C:/CVS and a valid root is /Repository. CVSROOT is now located at C:/CVS/Repository/CVSROOT and the Cinema folder is at C:/CVS/Repository/Cinema So, in my script I've changed Root to /Repository which I assume is correct? > >>Valid-responses ok error Valid-requests Checked-in Updated Merged >>Removed M E >>UseUnchanged >>Argument -r >>Argument 1.1 >>Argument Cinema/Browser.php,v > > > Don't send the ,v here. That's an implementation detail that's never > passed over the protocol. > Done. > >>Directory Cinema >>C:/CVS/Repository/Cinema/ >>Directory . >>C:/CVS/Repository/ >>annotate > > > Also, why do you have two 'Directory' commands? the first one isn't > doing anyting. Get rid of the first one. > Because all the scripts I've seen follow the same basic principle which is to split the path up and provide a Directory command for each one. I have absolutely no idea what it does or why it's required, hence the reason I didn't take it out. > If you have a prefix of C:/CVS/Repository then you should never pass > that as part of the protocol. Use / instead. > OK, so I presume in this case I use /Repository > Also, you're not sending the file information - annotate uses the > sandbox and needs the entry lines for the current directory. > > If all you want to do is annotate a specific file in the repository > just use the remote annotate (rannotate): > OK, I have absolutely no idea what a sandbox is. I do have these files stored in a separate working directory somewhere. I edit them in that directgory and use commit commands (TortoiseCVS) to update the main repository. That all works fine. So is this working directory the sandbox? The annotate script does work on a single file in the repository, so for that reason I've changed it as per your suggestion. > Valid-responses ok error Valid-requests Checked-in Updated Merged > Removed M E > valid-requests > Root / > Argument Cinema/Browser.php > rannotate > OK, so I changed Root to /Repository and tried it, and removed the valid-requests line ('cos that returned all the valid requests) and I still get an error, but no error message is returned. I forgot to mention earlier, that this string of commands is being written to a stream which was opened by the following command: cvs.exe -n server > [tmp file location] The temporary file location should have some data in it, but it's completely empty after execution hence somewhere along the way an error must have occured. I tried rannotate, and annotate, and I substituted the valid-requests line for the UseUnchanged, Argument -r and Argument 1.1 (all three at the same time, not one by one), and still I get no output. I also notice you said before to remove the first Directory command (and presumably, the line beneath it too). But you've not included the second one (Directory .). Was this on purpose or an oversight. I tried to include it, but it didn't change anything. Just for the record, this was my last attempt: Valid-responses ok error Valid-requests Checked-in Updated Merged Removed M E Root /Repository UseUnchanged Argument -r Argument 1.1 Argument Cinema/Browser.php Directory . /Repository/Cinema rannotate (BTW, just in case you might mention it, I am aware Removed M E is supposed to be on the first line, and it's there because of line breaking ;)) Thanks again for your help Jay