[cvsnt] Re: How to use CVS init -r option ???

booly booly at infonie.fr
Wed Jun 28 08:59:10 BST 2006

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That doesn't solve my problem, I'm not the server admin, so I'll need the 
server admin each time I need to create new repository. That is the 
situation I try to avoid.

As I didn't find any working example of cvs init - r xxx command, I'm 
looking into the source to understand how it should works.....


"Gabriel Genellina" <gagsl-cvsnt at yahoo.com.ar> wrote in message 
news:mailman.725.1151480038.312.cvsnt at cvsnt.org...
> At Wednesday 28/6/2006 03:24, booly wrote:
>>This option will be used on LAN (no exposure to internet). My problem is
>>that is doesn't work. The lock process fails because the files form the 
>>repository to be locked are not in the old repository
> So, if you have access to the server, open the control panel applet and 
> create the new repository from there.
> Gabriel Genellina
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