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Mon, 24 Mar 2003 16:41:33 -0600
I'm wondering if any of you had experience in conversion from PVCS to CVS
on NT environment, I did a conversion on UNIX and it worked good.
but on NT, I'm experimenting some kinds of problems with RCS for NT, any
help would be really appreciate.
Not sure but looks like rcs is looking for RCS/etehooks.h,v before
etehooks.h_v is converted to etehooks.h,v
below is an example:
PVCS Version Manager (vlog) v5.3.00 (Build 09) for Windows NT/80x86
Copyright 1985-1997 INTERSOLV, Inc. All rights reserved.
Workfile is "etehooks.h"
RCS Archive is "RCS/etehooks.h,v"
Revision count is 23
Version labels start at 25
Description is "Initial Entry"
Found revision: 1.16
Checked in: "Mar 20 2003 21:43:14"
Got comment for 1.16
comment string: Fix 373344
Original revision is 220.127.116.11
Label "ETEGAPATCH01" is for revision 18.104.22.168
get -Y -r1.0 'etehooks.h_v'
Unknown option: Y
Unknown option: r1.0
Usage: get [-options] <url>...
-m <method> use method for the request (default is 'GET')
-f make request even if get believes method is illegal
-b <base> Use the specified URL as base
-t <timeout> Set timeout value
-i <time> Set the If-Modified-Since header on the request
-c <conttype> use this content-type for POST, PUT, CHECKIN
-a Use text mode for content I/O
-p <proxyurl> use this as a proxy
-P don't load proxy settings from environment
-H <header> send this HTTP header (you can specify several)
-u Display method and URL before any response
-U Display request headers (implies -u)
-s Display response status code
-S Display response status chain
-e Display response headers
-d Do not display content
-o <format> Process HTML content in various ways
-v Show program version
-h Print this message
-x Extra debugging output
rcs -x,v -i "etehooks.h"
Can't call method "print" on an undefined value at pvcs2cvs.pl line 866.
etehooks.h,v: No such file or directory
Zanabria, Moises <=