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Re: import fail to put code to the repository

From: Mark E. Hamilton
Subject: Re: import fail to put code to the repository
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 14:41:40 -0600
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PoWah Wong wrote:

$cvs import -m "Import of V3.0" automation remote
cvs server: Importing /var/cvsroot/automation/V3.0
N automation/V3.0/README.txt
No conflicts created by this import

So far, so good. This output indicates that the import should have created the directory


and a number of sub-directories, along with a number of files, in your repository (/var/cvsroot.) Try doing

find /var/cvsroot/automation

to ensure that they are there.

$cd ..

$ cvs commit -m "Import of V3.0"  .
<snip> Connection refused
cvs [commit aborted]: end of file from server (consult
above messages if any)

I'm not sure why you are doing this; it's not necessary for the import. The error looks like you're using the wrong connection method, but it shouldn't be the cause of the problem you're seeing.

Check that my import operation is ok.
$ cd /home/admin/
$ mkdir t
$ cd t
$ cvs co automation

I do not see the imported files in the current

I don't see any output from the 'cvs checkout' command. It should have either reported

cvs checkout: Updating automation

if you are accessing the correct repository, or

cvs checkout: cannot find module `automation' - ignored

if you are not. It shouldn't just output nothing.

So, are there *any* files checked out in your /home/admin/t directory? I would expect you would see /home/admin/t/automation there. Also, you might try this just to see what happens:

cvs -d /var/cvsroot checkout automation

Mark E. Hamilton
Orion International Technologies, Inc.
Sandia National Laboratory, NM.

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