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RE: Problems Executing Commit Support Scripts w/ Tortoise

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: Problems Executing Commit Support Scripts w/ Tortoise
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 08:24:48 +1000


It sounds like you are using CVSNT (sspi protocol is only available with
CVSNT client/server).

Please contact the CVSNT newsgroup directly:

If your problem is with Tortoise then you should contact the Tortoise

To get any help from the newsgroups I suggest you include some
information about your environment (version of tortoise, version of
CVSNT server, version of CVSNT client, version of windows/unix) and also
the exact commands and CVSROOT and exact wording of error messages.


Arthur Barrett

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Behalf Of Mike Deck
Sent: 17 August 2005 16:50
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Subject: Problems Executing Commit Support Scripts w/ Tortoise

I am trying to develop some commit message verification scripts with the
commitinfo and verifymsg facilities in CVS.  In order to test my scripts
I have been running CVSNT on my local machine and and just checking out
test files with a :local: repository.  When I do this and commit from
the command line everything works fine, but if I use Tortoise to do the
commit I get the following error:

cvs.exe commit: Script execution failed: No such file or directory

Also if I try to check out the files on my local machine using another
protocol (e.g.  sspi) I get this error from the command line as well.

If I comment out the lines in verifymsg and commitinfo that call my
scripts everything works fine from the commandline and tortoise.

Has anyone else had an experience like this?  I can't really understand
why using  tortoise as a client instead of cvsnt would affect
server-side scripts even if the client and server are being run on the
same physical machine.  Is it problem to use a single PC as both a
server and a client?

Any suggestions would be much appreciated.


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