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Re: Changes commited using ext method not seen as anonymous user

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Changes commited using ext method not seen as anonymous user
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 11:20:51 -0400
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Surekha.PC wrote:

Hi All,

I am working as a developer on linux-iscsi project that is hosted on
sourceforge. I am facing a strange problem with my last checkin. Being a
developer, I checked in the changes  with "ext" authentication method
into the CVS head. When another developer or myself checks out the
source using "ext" method, they see the committed changes. However, when
somebody checks out the source using anonymous login, they can't see the
same committed changes and that seems strange. I have seen this problem
with my last checkin only. Previously there weren't any such problem.

I would have to guess that either the anonymous repository is actually a mirror of the real one and only updated periodically, or that your anonymous checkout accidentally found a workspace which was already checked out and contained sticky tags.

Either fix your workspace or take it up with the administrator of your repository.



Email: derek@ximbiot.com

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