[cvsnt] Re: Absolute module reference invalid error

Webmaster33 webmaster33 at gmail.com
Wed May 24 23:38:04 BST 2006


> E:\temp\test_cvs\CVSROOT   <--- You don't create this directory 
> yourself, it is created when you do "cvs init"

Oh, great!
I will start with a new test repository based on the 
knowledge learned in last few replies.

Thanks,
Webmaster33


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On 2006.05.25. at 00:28 Torsten Martinsen wrote:

> Webmaster33 wrote:
> 
> >Now I created a directory in 
> >E:\temp\test_cvs\CVSROOT\
> >and moved dir Z into it.
> >So now the structure is:
> >E:\temp\test_cvs\CVSROOT\
> >E:\temp\test_cvs\CVSROOT\myproject
> >E:\temp\test_cvs\CVSROOT\myproject\Z
> >E:\temp\test_cvs\CVSROOT\myproject\Z\Work
> >etc.
> >
> Wrong. You want this:
> 
> E:\temp\test_cvs\CVSROOT   <--- You don't create this directory 
> yourself, it is created when you do "cvs init"
> E:\temp\test_cvs\myproject
> E:\temp\test_cvs\myproject\Z
> E:\temp\test_cvs\myproject\Z\Work
> 
> -Torsten

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