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RE: cvs update

From: Gunjan_Gupta
Subject: RE: cvs update
Date: Mon, 7 Oct 2002 16:39:00 -0500

The platform is windowsNT. It's a client server mode and I'm using

I have some jar files that need to be updated so on the server side I've
added the .jar extension to the .cvswrapper file. And then I import the file
using jcvs. But I think somehow the files got corrupted cos I cannot open
them using win zip also on update. 

On update I'm not using any special switch or flag (cvs update moduleName).

Is this the correct way to handle jar files in cvs. I'm really really new to
cvs please help. I'll appreciate any help on how to handle  jar file
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> Cvs[update aborted]: cannot rename file .new.delludf.jar to delludf.jar:
> No such file or directory. 
> Is this because of the .jar extension?

No.  Most likely, your "local" directory isn't really local and there
are bugs in your network file system (or at least incompatibilities with
CVS's expectations).  Another possibility is that your CVS wasn't
configured correctly for your platform.  It would help to know what
platform you're running on, whether you're running in local mode or
client/server mode, and what version(s) of CVS you're using.

-Larry Jones

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