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Re: cvsbug2


From: Paul Edwards
Subject: Re: cvsbug2
Date: Tue, 24 Dec 2002 09:57:19 GMT

This bug doesn't exist in cvs 1.11.2, please ignore.

BFN.  Paul.


"Paul Edwards" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:address@hidden
> Submitter-Id:   net
> Originator:     Paul Edwards
> Confidential:  no
> Synopsis:  failure to retrieve directory via alias
> Severity:  serious
> Priority: medium
> Category:  cvs
> Class: sw-bug
> Release:   cvs-1.11
> Environment:
>         <machine, os, target, libraries (multiple lines)>
> System: SunOS ecs1syd2 5.8 Generic_108528-15 sun4u sparc
> SUNW,Ultra-Enterprise
> Architecture: sun4
>
> Description:
>  If you run the script below, you will find that you get the
>  error shown in "output".  cvs doesn't like the lower level
>  directory being retrieved before the higher level.
> How-To-Repeat:
>  run the below script.
> Fix:
>  delete checked out directories, then check out high level, then
>  low level.
>
> replace "w3.to" with "bigpond.net.au" to get a more reliable
> reply address for kerravon
>
> And note, this problem, like the last, occurs in both CVS 1.10
> and 1.11, so they are long-standing bugs.
>
> BFN.  Paul.
>
>
> Directory name "/repository" is only thing not "true".
>
> # assuming tempyyy is an alias set to tempxxx
>
> tail -1 $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/modules
> rm -fr $CVSROOT/tempxxx
> mkdir tempxxx
> cd tempxxx
> mkdir abc
> echo "fred" >fred.txt
> echo "mary" >abc/mary.txt
> cvs import -k o -m initial tempxxx user initial
> cd ..
> rm -fr tempxxx
> cvs get tempyyy/abc
> cvs get tempyyy
> rm -fr tempyyy
>
> output:
> tempyyy tempxxx
> /tmp/paul/tempxxx
> N tempxxx/fred.txt
> cvs import: Importing /repository/tempxxx/abc
> N tempxxx/abc/mary.txt
>
> No conflicts created by this import
>
> cvs checkout: Updating tempyyy/abc
> U tempyyy/abc/mary.txt
> cvs checkout: existing repository /repository/CVSROOT/Emptydir does not
> match /repository/tempxxx
> cvs checkout: ignoring module tempyyy
>
>
>



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