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jCVS web 1.4.1 how to use with existing CVS tree ?  XML
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nrathke



Joined: 28/11/2004 11:06:00
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Greetings,

I must say jCVSWEB is very cool (as is jCVS ). Has anyone used it with an
existing CVS tree ? I also seem a bit confused by the relation between the
jCVSWEB "project" directory and the “CVSROOT� directory. I have a cvs
structure of /home/cvs/<main>/CVSROOT, and of /home/cvs/<main>/<modules>, are
project in jCVSWEB modules or should I point the configuration at the <main>
direcory above CVSROOT? Any insight would be helpful.

Nick Rathke
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Joined: 05/06/2004 18:09:23
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This depends on your desired result. I have not added code to ignore the
CVSROOT, as some may wish for it. So it needs to be a setting. Typically,
however, modules are defined as jCVSWeb "views" under a given project.

You can think of Projects as CVS Modules or as CVS Servers. I think of the
former, but some the latter.
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