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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 22522] - <cvs>-Task ignores dest-Attribute
Date Tue, 26 Aug 2003 14:01:56 GMT
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<cvs>-Task ignores dest-Attribute





------- Additional Comments From bernhard.berbuir@sparkassen-informatik.de  2003-08-26 14:01
-------
Bug 22220 has nothing in common with this bug (cvs does not hang or block
execution in any way).

If have created a simple ant-script which execute the <cvs>-Task without and
with dest-Attribute:
...
<cvs cvsRoot="${cvs.root}" command="export -d ./command" tag="HEAD"
    package="${package}" failonerror="true" />

<cvs cvsRoot="${cvs.root}" command="export" tag="HEAD"
    package="${package}" failonerror="true" dest="./attribute"/>
...

There is a difference between the dest-Attribute of the <cvs>-Task and the -d
switch of the cvsnt program:
The <cvs>-Task changes to the directory, which is specified by the
dest-Attribute and starts execution from this directory. This is similar to the
<exec>-Task and the dir-Attribute.
The cvsnt programm exports the spezified file directly to the directory, which
is specified by the -d switch. The path of the file
(OSP-Kredit\dev\Implementierung\Common\build) is ignored.

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