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Re: old cvs version needet
Mark D. Baushke
Re: old cvs version needet
Mon, 23 May 2005 03:45:55 -0700
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pginfo <address@hidden> writes:
> thanks for answer.
> I searched NetBeans.org for solution of my problem and found this one :
Ahhh... cvs 1.11.12 is the one where the Case request-type was removed:
|* Server support for case insensitive clients has been removed in favor of the
| server relying on the client to preserve the case of checked out files, as
| per the CVS client/server protocol spec. This is not as drastic as it may
| sound, as all of the current tests still pass without modification when run
| from a case insensitive client to a case sensitive server. This change
| disables little previous functionality, enables access to more of the
| possible namespace to users on systems with case insensitive file systems,
| fixes a few bugs, and in the end this should provide a major stability
|2004-02-02 Derek Price <address@hidden>
| Continue removal from server of handling of case insensitive clients.
| * cvs.h: Remove extern declaration of ign_case.
| * ignore.c (ign_case): Remove declaration.
| (ign_name): Remove support for ign_case.
| * server.c (serve_case): Ditto.
| (requests): No longer support the "Case" request.
| * rcs.c (locate_rcs): Remove reference to GLOBAL in function header
You should be able to use cvs-1.11.11 which is at least a bit newer than
the ancient cvs 1.11 version.
> It is obout NetBeans 3.6 ( my version is very old compared to this
> one), but I have the same problem. In this bug report I see the
> solution for this NetBeans version, but not for my one. I know, my
> version is very old and I do not expect some one to correct NetBeans v
> 3.2 to solve the problem.
> Also all is working by me with cvs 1.11 and I try to downgrade my cvs
> server version to 1.11.
> Is it possible to run cvs server with more debug info to find witch is
> the bad request?
> Also I ran :
> ./configure --without-gssapi --without-krb4
> But it do not resolve my compile problem.
> After make I receive :
> gcc -I. -I.. -I. -I../lib -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -Ino/include -g -O2 -c error.c
> gcc -I. -I.. -I. -I../lib -I../zlib -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -Ino/include -g
> -O2 -c ./zlib.c
> gcc add.o admin.o buffer.o checkin.o checkout.o classify.o client.o
> commit.o create_adm.o cvsrc.o diff.o edit.o entries.o expand_path.o
> fileattr.o find_names.o hardlink.o hash.o history.o ignore.o import.o
> lock.o log.o login.o logmsg.o main.o mkmodules.o modules.o myndbm.o
> no_diff.o parseinfo.o patch.o rcs.o rcscmds.o recurse.o release.o
> remove.o repos.o root.o rtag.o scramble.o server.o status.o tag.o
> update.o watch.o wrapper.o vers_ts.o subr.o filesubr.o run.o
> version.o error.o zlib.o ../lib/libcvs.a ../zlib/libz.a
> ../diff/libdiff.a -Lno/lib -lgssapi -lkrb5 -lasn1 -ldes -lroken -o cvs
> /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -ldes
The above indicates that it is looking for libdes.* as well as
libgssapi.* and libkrb5.* in your environment and for some reason, you
do not have those libraries available.
The generated Makefile fles should not be generating those references if
you did use the --without-gssapi and --without-krb4 flags.
If you want more help, you should probably try capturing the output of
the conifgure command itself.
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