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Re: CVS server debugging

From: Mike Ayers
Subject: Re: CVS server debugging
Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2002 13:35:19 -0700
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Larry Jones wrote:
Dan Peterson writes:

Is there a way to start the CVS server (pserver) so it can be run through

Unless you're trying to debug something in the authentication protocol,
it's much simpler to debug using :fork: than pserver.  You can set the
$CVS_SERVER_SLEEP environment variable to make the server sleep for the
specified number of seconds to give you time to attach to it.  You can
also set $CVS_CLIENT_LOG to capture a client/server session and then run
the server under a debugger with it's input redirected from the client
log file so you don't need an active client process while debugging.

        Much better than my suggestion!


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