CVS problem with JBuilder 9

Discussion in 'Java' started by Tanguy De Waele, Aug 28, 2003.

  1. Hello,

    On our server, we are running a copy of CVSNT 2.0.8
    (http://www.cvsnt.org/wiki/).
    We can access/sync successfully to cvs repositories with JBuilder 6 and 7.

    When we try to access cvs repository with JBuilder 9...it hangs or never
    found the repository !
    We don't understand why ?

    We try to manually access our repository by using the cvs command line
    program...don't work
    We even try to access another cvs repository loacted on sourceforge.net
    (http://java-game-lib.sourceforge.net/), but we got errors !

    If we try to access sourceforge repository with the Jbuilder6/7 command line
    client...it works !
    But if we replace the cvs.exe of JBuilder9 with the one from
    JBuilder6/7....JBuilder graphical client complain that it's not at least
    version 1.1.11p2 or
    something like that !

    Please help us !

    Tr@X
    Tanguy De Waele, Aug 28, 2003
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  2. On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 12:23:25 +0200, Tanguy De Waele wrote:
    >Hello,
    >
    >On our server, we are running a copy of CVSNT 2.0.8
    >(http://www.cvsnt.org/wiki/).
    >We can access/sync successfully to cvs repositories with JBuilder 6 and 7.
    >
    >When we try to access cvs repository with JBuilder 9...it hangs or never
    >found the repository !
    >We don't understand why ?
    >


    Not a very beautiful sollution, be you could make the repositery available
    via a network (smb) share, 'netwerkdriveletter'. Then you can access the
    repositery directly as filesystem (in JBuilder, local filesysem).
    This should work, at least I got that to work

    --
    Gerbrand van Dieijen

    WWW: http://twisted.warande.net
    ICQ: 19345450
    Gerbrand van Dieijen, Aug 28, 2003
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  3. Tanguy De Waele

    X_AWemner_X Guest

    > On our server, we are running a copy of CVSNT 2.0.8
    > (http://www.cvsnt.org/wiki/).
    > We can access/sync successfully to cvs repositories with JBuilder 6 and 7.


    Not a solution, but what we do is using WinCVS winclient to all cvs
    purposes. Our javateam, delphiteam and dotNet team all use same client
    program, even that ides have a builtin wizards. It is just we have
    instructed _not to use_ a ide proprietary plugins for cvs.

    This will give developers better understanding of cvs system and they can
    store easier documentations and other files as well, but just .java files.
    X_AWemner_X, Aug 28, 2003
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  4. On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 15:38:04 +0300, X_AWemner_X wrote:
    >> On our server, we are running a copy of CVSNT 2.0.8
    >> (http://www.cvsnt.org/wiki/).
    >> We can access/sync successfully to cvs repositories with JBuilder 6 and 7.

    >
    >Not a solution, but what we do is using WinCVS winclient to all cvs
    >purposes. Our javateam, delphiteam and dotNet team all use same client
    >program, even that ides have a builtin wizards. It is just we have
    >instructed _not to use_ a ide proprietary plugins for cvs.
    >
    >This will give developers better understanding of cvs system and they can
    >store easier documentations and other files as well, but just .java files.
    >


    I do not work in a development team as such, but I find it conveniant to
    use both the cvs plugin of JBuilder and WinCVS both. Using CVS under
    JBuilder gives the advantage that refactoring is handled too
    automatically.

    --
    Gerbrand van Dieijen

    WWW: http://twisted.warande.net
    ICQ: 19345450
    Gerbrand van Dieijen, Aug 29, 2003
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