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Re: cvs && xemacs
Re: cvs && xemacs
Wed, 21 May 2008 13:07:11 -0400
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str wrote, On 05/21/2008 12:11 AM:
My xemacs is the running from the Cygwin (on Window-XP pltform)
Do you know where should I configure the CVSROOT variable ?
In the cygwin command line, before you start xemacs.
But, have all of your CVS operations been done using the cygwin cvs or have
you used a cvs directly from windows in this sandbox?
The reason I ask is that AFAIK the CVSNT client and cygwin cvs client may
(probably) do not interact well together in the same sandbox, AND the messages
below look like you are sharing a sandbox.
running under windows, and not knowing how to set the CVSROOT for cygwin,
makes me believe that you ARE mixing CVSNT and cygwin cvs... you really need
to ask on the cvsnt lists about that, as they see this problem a lot more than
I think I will wait until I see Arthur reply to this thread before I make any
"Todd Denniston" <address@hidden> wrote in message
str wrote, On 05/20/2008 12:35 AM:
which OS are you running on? (not sure that xemacs still means you are on
Unix.) Are you running on both windows and Unix?
i'm using the xemacs and get the following CVS error messages :
do you know how can i resolve it ?
cvs status: WARNING: Ignoring method options found in CVSROOT:
cvs status: Use CVS version 1.12.7 or later to handle method options.
cvs status: Unknown method (`sspi') in CVSROOT.
cvs status: in directory .:
cvs status: ignoring CVS/Root because it does not contain a valid root.
cvs status: No CVSROOT specified! Please use the `-d' option
cvs [status aborted]: or set the CVSROOT environment variabl
It looks like at some level (either the client or the server) you are
running CVSNT, and may need to ask on their mailing lists.
Are you trying to share a sandbox between windows and Unix?
(I think that is generally a BAD idea.)
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