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From: Sean Staats
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 12:17:25 -0500

You probably logged in to repository-1 then changed your CVSROOT to
repository-2 and didn't log in to it; therefore, even though you set your
CVSROOT to repository-2, cvs is looking at your cvspass file and using what
you've logged into and not what your CVSROOT is set at.
Be sure to log into repository-2 then try your cvs 'log' and 'tag' commands

Sean Staats
Systems Administrator
Questia Media, Inc.
"It is better to be safe a thousand times than to die once."
           -Mark Twain

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I have two repositories. One repository-1 is set as CVSROOT in the
environment. Another repository-2 is is set as CVSROOT in the current
window-terminal. The CVSROOT that should be effective for the
window-terminal is the CVSROOT set for that window, isn't it ? Then why
cvs log
cvs -q tag <tag name>

execute with CVSROOT set in the environment. In other words, repository-1
is accessed for LOG info even though the CVSROOT set for the window point
to repository-2

Please clarify immediately. Is this abug in cvs ? Or am I doing something
wrong ? Or am I missing something here.


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