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Re: [Arx-users] How to init a new project tree to a non-default archive?

From: Amine Chadly
Subject: Re: [Arx-users] How to init a new project tree to a non-default archive?
Date: Sun, 3 Apr 2005 18:39:56 +0200

Hello Kevin,
All the information that you need is in the nutshell I haven't published ;-).
I will send the text later today. (working on the kitchen right now ;-)

The following commands should prove useful:

III - Specify a repository:
$ arx make-archive ArchiveName RepositoryDirectory

ArX development team recommend to use the format
for ArchiveName.

 IV - Setup a default archive:
$ arx param default-archive ArchiveName

V - Query the current default archive:
$ arx param default-archive

VI - Initial commit:
go inside the directory you want to commit, and then type
$ arx init-tree brancheName

I will publish the full text of the nutshell as I said as soon as I am done
with the construction work ;-).
I will have a few questions along with it (get ready Walter ;-)

I hope this helped you !

On Apr 3, 2005, at 2:12 PM, Kevin Smith wrote:

I think I want to have several archives on my machine. Thus, I don't
want to set a global default archive. But there doesn't seem to be any
way to specify which archive to use when doing the "arx init" on a tree. The error message says "No default archive set and no archive specified"
but "arx init --help" doesn't say how to specify an archive.

Should I enter this as a bug?


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