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Re: [sc-dev] a little bitty bug fixed, commit failed

On Monday, July 1, 2002, at 04:11 PM, Ian Pojman wrote:

On Saturday, June 29, 2002, at 09:00 PM, felix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

trying to commit from shell:

[localhost:~/Documents/sc3source/c2] cruxxial% cvs -z3 -d:ext:cruxxial@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:/cvsroot/supercollider co client-dev
usw-pr-cvs.sourceforge.net: Connection refused
cvs [checkout aborted]: end of file from server (consult above messages if any)

connection refused perhaps because it's trying rsh, which is default for "ext" connections?

in tcsh, type:
setenv CVS_RSH ssh

if you already had, im not sure what the problem could be

i guess i was using the wrong env setting methods.

i think the whole working copy is set to :pserver: rather than :ext:
but i try again:

[localhost:SuperCollider 3/SC_server lang/LangSource] cruxxial% cvs -t commit PyrLexer.cpp
 -> system('vi' '/tmp/cvs000441')

CVS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
CVS: Enter Log.  Lines beginning with `CVS:' are removed automatically
CVS: Committing in .
CVS: Modified Files:
CVS:    PyrLexer.cpp
CVS: ----------------------------------------------------------------------
 -> unlink(/tmp/cvs000441)
 -> Sending file `PyrLexer.cpp' to server
cvs [server aborted]: "commit" requires write access to the repository
cvs commit: saving log message in /tmp/cvs000441

so i try to  checkout a fresh copy to a new directory:

[localhost:~/Documents/sc3source/c2] cruxxial% cvs -z3 checkout client-dev
cruxxial@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx's password:
Connection to cvs.supercollider.sourceforge.net closed by remote host.
cvs [checkout aborted]: end of file from server (consult above messages if any)

i enter my password (which i can login to sourceforge as), and you see above
it ... ?  rejects the password ?  simply ends ?

[localhost:~/Documents/sc3source/c2] cruxxial% echo $CVSROOT

[localhost:~/Documents/sc3source/c2] cruxxial% echo $CVS_RSH

[localhost:sc3source/client-dev/CVS] cruxxial% cat Root

developer copies should be via ext method i think. whenever you type "cvs commit" with no -d, it looks in that file for the CVSROOT.