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Re: error with checkout
Re: error with checkout
Tue, 21 Jan 2003 15:06:58 -0500
"Schwenk, Jeanie" wrote:
> You are correct, it is passing "cvs co -d . -d /home/sc env/homer"
> Perhaps what I want to do can't be done, I was sure it could though. I've
> got files that I don't want in a directory when they are checked out from
> CVS (e.g. .cshrc). I want them dumped in the $HOME directory not in a
> directory $HOME/HOMER_ENV.
> I've tried many different configurations because I thought the only way to
> get the file without having it placed in a directory was to use the -d flag.
> I've read the modules section in the cederqvist and I'm out of ideas. Any
if "cvs co -d . -d /home/sc/test env/pilot" works on one machine then on that
same machine try "cvs co -d . -d /home/sc/test2 env/homer", if it works then
you probably have a pserver config problem, if it does not then you probably
have some kind of access problem with the homer (does not exist or no
read/write perms), or it could be that you are attempting to check out two
modules in the same physical directory which I am pretty sure CVS does not like
(probably what the "existing repository" message was about).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Todd Denniston [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 7:05 AM
> To: Schwenk, Jeanie
> Cc: 'CVSpost (E-mail)'
> Subject: Re: error with checkout
> "Schwenk, Jeanie" wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Schwenk, Jeanie
> > Sent: Friday, January 17, 2003 12:45 PM
> > To: CVSpost (E-mail)
> > Subject: error with checkout
> > I am getting one result from the node where the cvs repo resides and
> > when using the pserver to access the repo. Here's what I am doing on the
> > node where the repo resides:
> > cvs co -d . PILOT_ENV
> > When I do the same thing from any other node, for example:
> > cvs co -d . HOMER_ENV
> > I get the following error:
> > cvs server: existing repository /export/cvsroot does not match
> > /export/cvsroot/env/homer
> > cvs server: ignoring module HOMER_ENV
> > Here's what is in the modules file:
> > HOMER_ENV -d /home/sc env/homer
> > PILOT_ENV -d /home/sc env/pilot
> assuming that with your shell `echo HOMER_ENV` gives "-d /home/sc env/homer"
> opposed to "HOMER_ENV".
> wouldn't this mean what you are passing cvs looks like
> cvs co -d . -d /home/sc env/homer
> cvs co -d . -d /home/sc env/pilot
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