[cvsnt] rcsinfo trouble

Van Quakebeke, Joe Joe.VanQuakebeke at ingenix.com
Fri Sep 8 15:06:17 BST 2006

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> Van Quakebeke, Joe wrote:
> > 
> > I removed the unc slashes so that outlook wouldn't insert a 
> hyperlink.
> > Is it bad to use a unc pathname to the template file?  I 
> didn't read 
> > any restrictions in the help pages and I have used the unc 
> path to my 
> > other scripts (in verifymsg and loginfo) without any issues.
> >
> I'm surprised it works at all - the server can't see network 
> shares as it's running as a local service.
> Tony

Removing the unc path replacing with a drive letter path like
c:\\Repo2\\CVSROOT\\my.template  worked.  So if I understand correctly,
network or unc paths are bad in the admin files.  So if I move my server
to a Linux machine I would just use a local path similar to
/opt/cvs/repos/CVSROOT/my.template , correct?


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