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Re: /#cvs.lock): No such file or directoryctory for <some directory inre

From: Jim Page -
Subject: Re: /#cvs.lock): No such file or directoryctory for <some directory inrepository>
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 11:36:36 +0200

Hi Arthur

I hope cvshome people will not mind a quick discussion, too much, on an
alternative product as it is relevant to this thread.

>From: "Arthur Barrett" <address@hidden>
>Using a sandpit with CVS (cvshome) and CVSNT clients is dangerous
>and not supported.  Since CVSNT is available for all platforms I suggest
>you use it on the linux box and client.

Thanks for that. I will evaluate your suggestion, certainly having a
consistent cvs client product on all platforms sounds like a good move. I
guess one could run cvshome on windows via cygwin or similar but it seems a
rather long way round.

>2. Always commit from either linux OR windows.

I take it this is to avoid linefeed issues in source? Not because of
incompatabilities of CVSNT metadata between platforms?


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