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Re: import error

From: Ronald Edward Petty
Subject: Re: import error
Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2001 15:52:14 -0400 (EDT)

this does not work, in user remote account I do this


mkdir test2
cd test2
cvs import -m "" test2 m a

/home/cvs//CVSROOT: Permission denied

I didn't have a problem last week, hum, what am I doing wrong.

On Wed, 15 Aug 2001, Larry Jones wrote:

> Ronald Edward Petty writes:
> >
> > cvs import -m "" $CVSROOT/test a b
> > cvs [import aborted]: directory /home/cvs//test not relative within the
> > repository
> When you're importing, you're supposed to specify the repository
> directory as a relative pathname, not an absolute pathname.  That is,
> you should just use:
>       cvs import -m "" test a b
> > I have CVSROOT set to /home/cvs
> > and have created a directory called test in the directory /home/cvs, this
> > is the cvs user account...  what am I doing wrong here?
> You don't need to create $CVSROOT/test, import will create it if it
> doesn't exist.
> -Larry Jones
> Start tying the sheets together.  We'll go out the window. -- Calvin

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