[cvsnt] Exec failed: No such file or directory

Greg Lee glee-list at swspec.com
Fri Mar 24 00:37:27 GMT 2006

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Tony Hoyle wrote:
> Glen Starrett wrote:
> > Greg Lee wrote:
> >> DEFAULT (echo ""; id; echo %{sVv}; date; cat) >> $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/commitlog
> >>
> >> So, it looks like loginfo is broken on Linux builds right now.  
> No that line is wrong - it's not valid to just pass a bash command line 
> in there - you need to specify the shell yourself if you want to use the 
> shell, or create a script (which is the way it's supposed to work).
> The example has been removed in later builds so people don't expect it 
> to do anything.

It got there since I am migrating a repository from cvs to cvsnt.  This command is working
on cvs 1.11.2.  I can easily add the $SHELL, but this does present an issue to
migration/conversion that could be documented.  :-)


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