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Re: CVS setup

From: Rob Helmer
Subject: Re: CVS setup
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 10:32:33 -0700
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Don't check files or directories that have spaces in the names
into CVS. It'll cause nothing but trouble.

Go into the repository and replace all the spaces with underscores
( _ ) or something, and do a fresh checkout. That should fix it.

Rob Helmer

On Thu, Apr 05, 2001 at 01:10:58PM -0400, M Birch wrote:
> I am having a problem after importing a 'module' into
> CVS which contained folder names that included a
> space.  There's no problem until I started modifying
> the (modules) file to set up aliases to these
> directories.  An example of a directory I have is
> under "Pages" there's another folder called "JSP
> Pages".  I get an error any time I try and use the
> alias I setup to get to this directory.
> Is there anyway around this problem? 
> I would appreciate any assistance with this matter.
> Mark
> The error message that is returned from the server is
> "cannot find module".  I am using version 1.11 of CVS
> using a Linux machine as the server.
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