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Sat, 15 Jun 2002 08:09:36 -0700 (PDT)
--- Vince Rice <address@hidden> wrote:
> This question has been asked four or five times in
> the past month (once by
> me), with no response from anyone. I almost never
> see a post completely
> ignored by the list, but this one has been ignored
> every time, so apparently
> there's something magical about this question.
> The only thing I've been able to find is that the
> 188.8.131.52 command-line
> version that comes with the 1.3B8 version of WinCVS
> doesn't exhibit this
> problem. You can find it on
> After you install WinCVS, just copy the cvs.exe and
> delete the rest of
I've been ignoring this question since I don't know
much about it and I haven't experienced it myself.
One difference I've noticed, though, is that you're
using local mode. I always use client/server mode
even when the repo is stored locally since I like the
behaviour of client/server mode better.
You might try using client/server mode.
Also, IIRC, there's a fork mode that makes local mode
behave like client/server mode. You might try playing
around with this as well.
One more thing, I don't recall a cvs-184.108.40.206 ever
being released although I could very well be wrong.
Have you seen the problem with cvs-1.11.1p1? Is the
source for cvs-220.127.116.11 available anywhere so a diff
can be made?
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