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From Viraj Purang <viraj_pur...@spincircuit.com>
Subject RE: Question: How to make ant running with cvs
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2001 20:22:35 GMT
Hi,
    I changed the directory that I was accessing to one which does not have
spaces in its name (Mind you , I had given the quotes to take care of that
..., but that in fact quotes coould be a problem too.) from 
C:\CVS1\builder>set PATH
PATH="C:\Progra~1\GNU\WinCvs 1.1" to point to C:\CVS1\builder>set
PATH=c:\mycvs;%PATH% (I did not reinstall WinCvs, just copied the files over
to c:\Mycvs) and the error changed , basically it started recognizing the
cvs.exe that I have.
	IN response to your qn ...does WinCVS even have a command-line
interface?  
    They have a cvs.exe and a WinCvs.exe which leads me to believe that they
wanted us to have an option here of being capable enough to invoke the cvs
program from the command line too.IN hindsight,  I guess I would not know
unless I burn myself on this one but responses now seem to be quite
encouraging as the results below show.

     If you know any other working CVS client on Windows, I would be the
happiest person to know about it !
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C:\CVS1\builder>ant build-cvs
Buildfile: build.xml

build-cvs:
     [echo] Checking out All Required files for Client, Server and Common
modules:
      [cvs] cvs checkout: authorization failed: server 139.99.8.39 rejected
access
      [cvs] cvs checkout: used empty password; try "cvs login" with a real
password

BUILD SUCCESSFUL

Total time: 3 seconds
C:\CVS1\builder> 
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Regards,
Viraj Purang


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