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From: Derek Price
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2005 12:30:38 -0500
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This was "fixed" to work this way on 4/26 of last year because some
platforms refuse to work with the argument ordering which AIX
evidentally requires.  I wasn't aware of the AIX requirements at the time.

I will take this under advisement and, of course, consider any patches
to the configure script to detect any argument ordering required by
rsh or to allow format string substitution in the contents of
$CVS_RSH, but for now I recommend you fill $CVS_RSH with the path to
something like the following script:

~    #! /bin/sh
~    if test -z "$3"; then
~       echo "This script requires at least 3 arguments." >&2
~       exit 1
~    fi
~    one=$1
~    two=$2
~    three=$3
~    shift; shift; shift
~    set - "$three" "$one" "$two" ${1+"$@"}
~    rsh "$@"



Derek Klan wrote:

| I just compiled CVS level 1.19 under AIX 5.2 without a problem.
| However, trying to run any commands I am getting an error: host:
| name -l NOT FOUND cvs [update aborted]: end of file from server
| (consult above messages if any)
| When running with "cvs -t " looks like rsh command is getting mixed
|  and it runs as "rsh -l username hostname" instead of "rsh hostname
|  -l username". Example below:
| [p650:/usr/local/test] $ cvs -t hi -o -> main loop with
| CVSROOT=:ext:address@hidden:/cvs -> Starting server: rsh -l
| cvsunix cvs_rep cvs server host: name -l NOT FOUND cvs [history
| aborted]: end of file from server (consult above messages if any)
| -> Lock_Cleanup()
| _______________________________________________ Bug-cvs mailing
| list address@hidden http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-cvs

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