|From:||Gupta, Richa (GE Healthcare, consultant)|
|Subject:||RE: **help needed for CVS**|
|Date:||Wed, 28 Jan 2009 15:27:04 -0500|
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From: DHARNA, AJAY [AG/1000] [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 11:01 AM
To: Gupta, Richa (GE Healthcare, consultant); address@hidden
Subject: RE: **help needed for CVS**
You would change the CVSROOT in WinCVS under the Macros, you can run CVS à Change CVSROOT on the folder(s) you want to commit. Give it the old CVSROOT (your colleague userid) and replace it with yours.
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Gupta, Richa (GE Healthcare, consultant)
I am using CVS for maintaining versions of my code.
I had recently joined this project and my colleague gave me a code for some changes.
That piece of code was checked-out by him on his machine.
I made the changes in code and when i went to check-in the code in CVS from my machine, I found that its asking my colleague's password for checking-in.
Now my colleague has left the project and in no way i can use his password.
Also the code changes are very large in number, so I do not want to take a risk of doing them again in new code checked out by me.
As the code was checked-out by my colleague on his machine and I am trying to check-in through my machine and hence the problem.
Please tell me if there is any way that my problem can be solved.
I will be really grateful.
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