[Pythonmac-SIG] Does CVS Require dev Tools?

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Sun, 9 Jun 2002 23:37:31 +0200


On Sunday, June 9, 2002, at 11:20 , Dan Shafer wrote:

> I am attempting a completely virgin install of PythonCard on my G3 
> laptop under OS X.
> I got machopython and wxpython-mac to install and run just fine. I 
> wanted to get the cvs on PythonCard, so I went into terminal and 
> typed
> which cvs
> to be sure I had it. I do. It's at  /usr/bin/cvs
> Cool.
> So I go into my python code working directory (called pycode), and 
> type the code from the pythoncard cvs site that is supposed to set 
> up anonymous access. I just copy and paste it, so I'm sure the 
> syntax is right. I've done this a few times.
> I get the following error in terminal:
> cvs can't open library: /usr/lib/:libgssapi_krb5.2.2.dylib (No 
> such file or directory, errno = 2)

I've tried login to the  cvs server you point to below and it's 
working without problem OMM. I do have de Dev Tools installed.
I checked in my /usr/lib for the libgssapi_krb5.2.2.dylib and 
indeed it's there.
You may want to check if that library exists in the /usr/lib 
directory of your G3 laptop.
I have no idea whether this library is installed by the Dev Tools 


= tmk =

> My working hypothesis is that I need to install Dev Tools on this 
> box to get CVS to work correctly.
> is that the case? If not, what am I missing or doing wrong here?
> Just for completeness, the code to activate cvs I'm running, taken 
> from the site, is:
> cvs 
> -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.pythoncard.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/pythoncard 
> login
> Thanks for the help.
> -- Dan Shafer, Product Development Expert
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