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Re: ANT and CVS

From: David Fuller
Subject: Re: ANT and CVS
Date: Fri, 03 Aug 2001 11:06:12 -0400

Maybe I'm looking at the wrong Apache Ant, but it looks like a build
tool?  I'm not sure I understand how you would use this to process your
CVS commands...

I would guess the error comes from something in the CVS/Repository or
CVS/Root folders, possibly pointing at "c:\...".  WinCVS uses the
'correct' information in those files, so if something is putting the
wrong type of info (I believe "c:\..." is an error) then it would be
inoperable with other CVS utilities including WinCVS.

-- David F.

Cornellious Mann wrote:
> I am using Apache Ant to process my CVS commands.  Ant
> works great and I am having no problems.  I would
> actually recommend it to anyone working in a Java/Open
> Source environment.
> The problem I am having is that I would like to use
> both Ant and also use WinCVS to access CVS files.
> When I check out files using Ant, WinCVS has problems
> working with those files.  I keep getting the error
> "no such host c".  Has anyone tried to do this?  Does
> WinCVS do anything special, so in order to work with
> files in WinCVS, the files have to be checked out
> using WinCVS?
> Thanks for any help.
> Cornellious Mann
> =====
> Regards,
> Cornellious Mann

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