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Re: ANT and CVS
Re: ANT and CVS
Sat, 04 Aug 2001 04:59:22 +0530
It is probably because of location of your CVSPASS file.Start using the
new cvspass task in Ant.I Had a similar problem ...initially but now I have
sorted it out.This new task is only present in the Ant 1.4 alpha so you will
need to get the relevant ant class file from the new Ant.jar.
USe it in conjunction with the alreay present cvs task ...read thru each
one of them carefully and also thru teh fact that both the WinCVS as well as
the CVSpass should be referring the same cvspass file which should contain
the password as an encrypted string.You can change the places where both
pick up the cvspass by GUI(in WinCVS-aDMIN) and as an attribute (CVSPASS
IN case you are still 0 on that one ... I shall send you a copy of my build
file ...and the entry in WInCVS admin.
I would also suggest that you ask such questions in teh Ant list ...This CVS
list is messed up I had posted a similar question earlier ...still waiting
for an answer.
From: Cornellious Mann <address@hidden>
Subject: ANT and CVS
Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2001 07:33:10 -0700 (PDT)
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
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
Thanks for any help.
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- ANT and CVS, Cornellious Mann, 2001/08/03
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