[Pythonmac-SIG] OT: cvs client for OS-9
steve at digitalfish.com
Mon Jun 9 19:12:41 EDT 2003
The CVSROOT you list below is malformed. You need another ':' between
the host name and the path to the repository. Also, most CVSROOT values
include a user name, but I'm not sure if that's required. Here's a
valid CVSROOT from one of my local dirs:
:pserver:sjohnson at eqcvs.equilibrium.com:/home/cvs/cvsroot2
Hope that helps!
On Monday, June 9, 2003, at 05:23 PM, Chris Barker wrote:
> Hi folks,
> This is off-topic, but can anyone recommend a cvs client for OS-9? I'm
> trying ot get some of my colluegues to use cvs, but some of them are
> still using OS-9, so I need to find a client that works well for them.
> I'm trying out MacCVS and MacCVSClient, but at the moment I can't get
> either one to talk to my server. If anyone is familiar with them, I
> to be having trouble setting CVSROOT. I set it to exactly what works
> with the command ine client on OS_X and Linux, but I keep getting
> Didn't specify hostname in CVSROOT:
> It sure looks like I specified one to me!
> I also tried:
> :pserver:cbarker at ORR6072.orr.noaa.gov/home/tap/cvs
> In which case I get a missing hostname error
> Sorry for the Off Topic, but you're the only group of helpful Mac
> developers I know..
> Christopher Barker, Ph.D.
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