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angus70



Joined: 08/09/2004 04:30:30
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Hi Tim,

I need an important information about the CVS client of your library.
Using an ssh connection I experienced tagging rights problems using the library and I need to know :

If your client is a real client that work alone without anything external.

or

If your client works, in fact, with the cvs client that is installed on the account it logs in.

To be more accurate :

When I log on my linux account, I have an access to two versions of cvs client. If I use an old version, I am not granted for tagging. If I use the most recent version I am granted for tagging.

With the no-granted version, I obtain exactly the same message than when I use the cvs library:

**** You are not authorized to move or delete tags. Create new ones instead.
Contact ...

Cheers

Fabian
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angus70



Joined: 08/09/2004 04:30:30
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I finally found my answer looking in the code of Tim...

In fact, jCVS CVSclient uses the cvs client of your account. It can be set with :

CVSProject project.setServerCommand("yourcvs server")

where yourcvs is the path to your cvs client on your linux account for example.

Cheers

Fabian

This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 09/03/2005 10:44:15

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Yes, Fabian, you have the correct answer. The CVS client/server protocol allows you to specify the "command" to run to start the server process.
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