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Re: Problem with CVS-1.11, W2K client, Linux server.

From: Mike Pumford
Subject: Re: Problem with CVS-1.11, W2K client, Linux server.
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 10:55:07 +0000

> Hello all,

> Win2K>  cvs -t -d :server:address@hidden:/home/user/repository checkout .
> cvs checkout: notice: main loop with
> CVSROOT=:server:address@hidden:/home/user/repository
> S-> so_module (., Updating, , )
> cvs checkout: cannot open CVS/Entries for reading: No such file or
> directory
> cvs [checkout aborted]: no repository
This is a bug in the filename routines on the Win32 version of CVS. The 
attached patch fixed this problem for me on 1.10.5. It needs to be 
applied in the windows-NT directory.

Unless there are massive changes it will probably apply cleanly to the
1.11 sources. I could probably build a 1.11 CVS client with this patch
if you don't have the capability to build CVS from source.


Attachment: filesubr.patch
Description: filesubr.patch

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