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Re: cvs problem with modules, please help!

From: Sergey Malov
Subject: Re: cvs problem with modules, please help!
Date: 25 Feb 2002 11:07:46 -0800

address@hidden (Eugene Katzman) wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> address@hidden (Sergey Malov) wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> > I found the following addition to the CVS's "modules" file doesn't
> > work as it suppose, according to some posts whcih I've seen in this
> > group
> > 
> > foo -d . proj1/subproj1
> > 
> > where $CVSROOT/proj1/subproj1/ does exists.
> > 
> > When I'm trying to checkout, I'm getting message:
> > "cvs server: existing repository /home/users/cvs/CVSROOT doesn't match
> > /home/users/cvs/CVSROOT/proj1/subproj1
> > cvs server: ignoring module foo"
> > 
> > I'm  sure that /home/users/cvs/CVSROOT/proj1/subproj1 does exists with
> > the forementioned file. I'm sure that CVSROOT points to correct place
> > and work for other modules.
> Have you checked out the directory structure, ie Subproj1 with its
> accompanying directories.  Is there a CVSROOT directory in the
> repository and does it have the files which would have been created
> when an init command was performed.

Yes, CVSROOT exists and has all the needed files. Tree
"proj1/subproj1" also exists and has all the files which need.

Greg Woods mentioned, however, that construction which I'm trying to
"foo -d . proj1/subproj1" is illegal in CVS and if it is
indeed the case, I understand why error message shows up.

Sergey Malov

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