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See http://www.jcvs.org/jcvsforum/posts/list/1462.page
See http://www.jcvs.org/jcvsforum/posts/list/1462.page
I have released jCVSWeb 1.3.6. You can download the package here:
http://www.jcvs.org/download/jcvs/jcvsweb-1.3.6.zip

The download link is also available on the jCVSWeb homepage, but not on the
general "jCVS Downloads" page yet.

I will start new topics to address issues such as installation, building, and
howtos. However, for now you simply extract the jcvsweb.war file from the
archive you download and install it per the instructions for your webapp
container. For tomcat users, you simply copy the war file to the webapps
directory under the tomcat installation directory.

Patches welcome.
I have never supported rtag. Not because I don't want to, but because it was
never demanded by the user clients that I have written.

I think you simply need to setup the root directory and the required root entry.
I am not familiar with the protocol of that command.

If you do manage to get this working, I would be thrilled to patch it in!
This is now fixed in release 5.4.2.
First, let me cover the release. You can probably use the 5.4.2 release if you
just comment out the j2ssh code in CVSClient. I would like to come up with a
way to make it compatible with 1.3, suggestions are welcome.

The NullPointerException that you are seeing is the result of the CVSProject's
project definition not being set, as you indicated. The JavaScript is from
before that coding change, and the only reason it does not fail is that it does
not attempt to write the admin files. This NPE is also the reason that your
admin files are never written.

The reason that the CVSProjectDef seems redundant is that you are in checkout
mode. When you open an existing project, CVSProjectDef is preset for you and you
do nothing. It was also vital for supporting jCVS Servlet and now jCVSWeb. If
you can see any true redundancy, I would be happy to weed it out. If you are
checking out, you need to construct the project definition and set it to allow
for the checkout to complete, as you found out with the NPE.

The "noModeRoot" ( I assume that it what you meant by "noMode") flag is
commented in the code. The cvs "root directory spec" has ":server:" and
":pserver:" prefixes, but it also has "nothing". In order to preserve this
setting when I rewrite the spec, I need to set this flag internally. You should
never care about this flag, unless you are opening projects saved by the command
line client.
Now available: http://www.jcvs.org/jcvsforum/posts/list/1458.page
I have uploaded jCVSII application release 5.4.2. You can download it via the
download page linked on the jCVS home page:
http://www.jcvs.org/download.html

This release has only one change. I corrected the host validation handling in
the j2ssh code for SSH-based connections.
I think this problem is related to the issue identified in this posting:
http://www.jcvs.org/jcvsforum/posts/list/1439.page
I hope to post a fix soon.
I hope to release the second beta of jCVSWeb within the week. -- tim
See the announcement regarding this in the News forum:
http://www.jcvs.org/jcvsforum/posts/list/1455.page
I have installed the beta version of jCVSWeb for folks to preview.
Please have a look at http://www.jcvs.org/jcvsweb/

JCVSWeb is a struts/tiles based rewrite of jCVS Servlet. This implementation is
much more robust, more feature rich, and more closely resembles a portal, with
user registration, login, "my home", etc.

Much of the functionality is the same as the old servlet, however, this version
is much more useful for folks setting up their own sites. WAR file deployment
makes for easy installation. No more configuration files, as all configuration
is done in webpages. Working SSH connection support.

As you will see, www.jcvs.org will now be capable of being a complete CVS
repository "mirror" for those wishing to provide browseable access to their
source code.

For the moment, I have restricted registration. This is only until I feel more
comfortable that the release is stable. For those wishing to add their own site
to the "jCVS Mirror", please send me an email (time at jcvs dot org) and put the
word "jcvs" in the subject line.
Use "-r rev" to checkout a specific revision.
Use "-D date" to checkout a specific time.
Use "cvs -H co" using the command line cvs for help.
Or visit www.cvshome.org for more details.
From com.ice.jcvsii.ImportPanel:


Thank you.
 
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