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Hi Steve, > I think I am close to getting PHP Eclipse and CVSNT working > together, but I am missing something. Our eBook 'All About CVS' contains extensive instructions on how to configure CVSNT for use with Eclipse - it's a big topic and not one that I am going to approach here. We do not discuss PHPEclipse specifically in the book, but eclipse is just eclipse. http://march-hare.com/cvsnt/features/book/en.asp Here is what some other people wrote on this newsgroup last year about the value of purchasing CVS Suite: Jan Keirse; Mon Nov 10 2008 "I would like to confirm this to everyone listening who hasn't bought the product yet. I learned most of the things I know about CVS before I got the eBook and it took me ages. I can confirm that the eBook alone is worth the license fee, even without support it would. It saves numerous hours in finding out how everything works and how things can or should be done. The online manual is nothing compared to this! And I'm not getting paid to say this ;-)" Andy Southby; Mon Nov 10 2008 "The ebook is invaluable and have to admit that I bought a personal copy of the last release just to get the ebook. I'm not getting paid to say this either but a free copy of the 2008 version would be nice ;-)" > The command line: cvs init -f -a MyProjects seems to have > initialized the directory indicated by CVSROOT. Check the manual so you are sure you understand what this command does/did: http://www.cvsnt.org/manual/html/init.html Note: 'CVSROOT' 'CVS' 'CVSNT' 'root' 'Administrator' 'cvsadmin' are all reserved words and using them arbitrarily will result in undefined and unstable results. Repository aliases should always start with a 'slash'. How about calling your repository directory 'c:\myrepo'? How about an alias of '/opt/myrepo'? > I get this message: cvs init: Repository MyProjects <C:\CVSROOT> initialized Yes - message is clear I think. > Error validating location: "Could not connect to > :pserver:. at localhost:/CVSROOT: I/O exception occurred: > Connection refused: > /CVSROOT: no such repository" Yes - message is clear to me - you do not have a repository named /CVSROOT. Maybe you named it something else? Hint - the message you got when you initialised the repository does confirm the name you gave it was not '/CVSROOT'. Note: the CVSNT Control Panel allows initialising / creating a repository graphically. Regards, Arthur Barrett