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RE: Problem checking out newly created module

From: Rez P
Subject: RE: Problem checking out newly created module
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2009 15:59:40 -0800

You can't create files and folders on the server under the repository path 
directly and expect them to magically become *,v rcs files.


After you set up the server and sort out your access permissions, then you need 
to go to your client machine and import or upload (by running the import 
command) your project into cvs under version control.  Once the import command 
is successful, cvs automatically careates the *,v rcs files and now is aware of 
the modules.  And then you need to move your local non-versioned folder on your 
client machine out of the way so WinCvs is not obstructed by it. And finally 
use cvs client(wincvs) to check out the new module.


> From: address@hidden
> To: address@hidden
> Date: Wed, 2 Dec 2009 14:49:38 -0500
> CC: 
> Subject: Problem checking out newly created module
> Hi,
> I created a module by mkdir'ing it then chowing it to cvs
> Then I created entry in modules and modules,v and still I cannot check
> it out!
> What is going on?
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> Mohit Kakkar
> Systems Administrator
> Systemware Innovation
> 416-932-4643
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