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Re: cvs server bug report - version 1.11.5


From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: cvs server bug report - version 1.11.5
Date: Sun, 14 May 2006 22:45:18 -0700

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Martin Jørgensen <address@hidden> writes:

> I'm pretty sure I've found a bug with "cvs admin" on a computer
> running Sun-Fire-V250 with Solaris
> 9. Is this is the place to fill in the bug-report or where do I go?
> 
> Please tell me if I found the right place...

Yup. E-mail to address@hidden goes to address@hidden (which is the
right e-mail address to use).

If you want to be sure it is not lost, you could also open a bug report
on

  https://savannah.nongnu.org/bugs/?group=cvs

click on 'Bugs' and then 'Submit a bug' be sure to include useful
information like the processor, operating system, version of cvs, method
being used to communicate to the server (i.e., :local:, :ext:,
:pserver:, etc.) as well as the exact command you are using and the
output you are getting and why you believe that output is a bug.

Be advised that for 'cvs admin' commands, membership in the cvsadmin
group and or UserAdminOptions setting in the CVSROOT/config file. (For
your 'cvs admin' bug report you may wish to include the UserAdminOptions
being used.)

        -- Mark
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