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Wed, 26 Mar 2003 11:03:51 -0600
I found what the problem was ...
my environment was point to perl/bin, there is get function utility under
perl/bin/ but the script needs pvcs/nt/get utility instead.
BTW. You don't need Active Perl for Windows and CVSNT, RCS 5.7, Perl
5.004_04 or higher for windows are enough, you can use CygWin or mksnt to
run the script.
Thanks for the help.
From: Alexandre Augusto Drummond Barroso
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 2:30 PM
To: Zanabria, Moises; address@hidden
Subject: RE: PVCS2CVS
I'm doing a big conversion from PVCS/Windows to CVSNT. The conversion script
only worked when I installed CygWin. But even though, you cannot use the
RCS, Perl and CVS installed with Cygwin. Use CVSNT, Active Perl for Windows
and the RCS for Windows instead.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Zanabria, Moises [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Monday, March 24, 2003 7:42 PM
> To: 'address@hidden'
> Subject: PVCS2CVS
> Hey Guys,
> 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:
> Directory: j:/tac/ete/h/RCS
> vlog 'etehooks.h_v'
> 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"
> Author: "XXXX"
> Got comment for 1.16
> comment string: Fix 373344
> Original revision is 22.214.171.124
> Label "ETEGAPATCH01" is for revision 126.96.36.199
> 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
> Info-cvs mailing list
- PVCS2CVS, Zanabria, Moises, 2003/03/24
- RE: PVCS2CVS, Alexandre Augusto Drummond Barroso, 2003/03/25
- RE: PVCS2CVS, Zanabria, Moises, 2003/03/25
- RE: PVCS2CVS,
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