[cvsnt] cvs server: warning: <file> is not (any longer) pertinent
nuno.a.rocha at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 09:42:39 BST 2007
ok, I think I've figured it out but nonetheless I'll write here a sequence
of commands and ask if I've understood the situation correctly.
Here it goes:
1 - cvs -d $CVSROOT checkout -d c:\checkouts --
test_directory\test1\dummy.txt (here everything goes fine)
2 - cvs -d $CVSROOT checkout -d c:\checkouts --
test_directory\another_test\another_dummy.txt (here the warning message
appears and nothing is checked out)
I think that this is because I can't do a checkout from two different
locations to a single local directory. The CVS folder created when a
file/module is checkout contains several information regarding the module
from where the file was checked out, so when trying to checkout a file that
is in a different directory in the server it "blows up". Is this right?
Does anyone knows another solution than delete the CVS folder after doing
whatever I want to do with the checked out file, so that I'm able to do
another checkout to the same local directory?
On 6/26/07, Gerhard Fiedler <lists at connectionbrazil.com> wrote:
> Nuno Rocha wrote:
> >> What version of cvs server and client are you using? What OS? I just
> >> through your scenario without any troubles.
> > Well, I'm using 2.5.03 Build 2260 (both server and client) and both are
> > running Win XP. I've also tried with a server in unix machine and the
> > result is the same...
> Since Rick already tried to do what you're doing and didn't have any
> problems, perhaps you can create a command sequence that shows exactly
> you are doing that can be replicated?
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