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Re: webcvs "current tag()"

From: Garth Winter Webb
Subject: Re: webcvs "current tag()"
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2000 10:13:53 -0700 (PDT)

Check the URL used to access cvsweb.  See if it contains the string:


Or just remove everything from the URL after the first '?' character and
try accessing cvsweb again.

Somewhere you've set a specific tag against which all files in the CVS
repository are checked (by cvsweb).  If a file was not tagged with that
the tag name given, it isn't displayed.


On Sat, 14 Oct 2000, Jari Perttunen wrote:

> I'm trying to set up "cvsweb" (by Henner Zeller).
> The system displays directory structures of the projects
> but will not  display individual files in the directories.
> The (error) message is:
>     "NOTE: There are <n> files, but none matches the current tag ()"
> where <n> is the correct number of files in the directory. 
> (I have very limited knowledge in perl prevents me from 
>  changing or hacking the source code and I don't think
>  problem is there.)
> The cvs version is 1.10. and the "cvsweb" 1.93.
> ==============================
> Jari Perttunen      
> Metla             
> email: address@hidden
> tel: +358-9-85705362
> fax: +358-9-85705361
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