[Python-Dev] CVS read/write access
Mon, 10 Jul 2000 01:43:29 -0700
I lost the original note, but I recall that it said you couldn't write the
If so, then it is a problem that the SF Admins must solve. It means that you
haven't been placed into the appropriate group or somesuch on SF. Log a
support request with the copy of your output.
On Mon, Jul 10, 2000 at 09:27:49AM +0000, Peter Schneider-Kamp wrote:
> Tim Peters wrote:
> > I was well beyond my area of competence with the first suggestion <wink>.
> > You could get a real OS like me (Win98SE), or hope that one of your Unixish
> > compatriots helps out. Maybe it would help if you told them other stuff
> > about your setup (OS, version, CVS version, whether CVS works in other
> > contexts for you, etc).
> No, this is a python/sourceforge thing. cvs/ssh/sourceforge works just
> nowonder@mobility:~/python > export CVS_RSH=ssh
> nowonder@mobility:~/python > export
> nowonder@mobility:~/python > cvs co legovision
> firstname.lastname@example.org's password:
> cvs server: Updating legovision
> U legovision/LICENSE.txt
> U legovision/README.html
> cvs server: Updating legovision/LookingLego
> U legovision/LookingLego/ImageProcessing.cpp
> U legovision/LookingLego/ImageProcessing.h
> U legovision/LookingLego/InfraRed.cpp
> U legovision/LookingLego/InfraRed.h
> [cut - that's enough]
> > *Everyone* on the Member Admin page has "Yes" under "CVS write", and there
> > are no controls there even to change that to "No". Maybe it's one of these
> > 4-hour SourceForge delay thingies? Doubt it, but it's a darned good excuse
> > for me to go to sleep now <wink>.
> 6 hours that is, but possible. Hadn't thought of that one. I'll
> just wait some hours and try again (sounds like "okay, I'll
> reinstall Windows 98SE and try again" :}).
> I'll save some bandwidth until then,
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