[cvsnt] cvs server: warning: <file> is not (any longer) pertinent
nuno.a.rocha at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 08:56:49 BST 2007
Well, I'm using 2.5.03 Build 2260 (both server and client) and both are
running Win XP. I've also tried with a server in unix machine and the result
is the same...
Oh, I forgot to say that the warning appears and no file is checked out to
the local directory...
I really liked to be able to do this...I would be a much better solution for
Could it be from the build I'm using? Or from the protocol? Has anyone else
had the same issue I described here?
On 6/25/07, Rick Martin <rsmandcam at _no_spam_sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 25 Jun 2007 15:37:18 +0100, Nuno Rocha wrote:
> > I want to checkout ONE file to a directory in my web server, do some
> > processing with the file and then commit the changes. For that I'm using
> > command:
> > cvs -d :ssh:<username>@<server>:/cvsntroot checkout -d
> > -- path_to_cvs_file
> > This works fine at the first time that I checkout a file to my local
> > directory. When I try to checkout ANOTHER file to the SAME local
> directory I
> > get the following message:
> > cvs server: warning: <file> is not (any longer) pertinent
> Hi Nuno,
> What version of cvs server and client are you using? What OS?
> I just ran through your scenario without any troubles. I checked out three
> files one at a time to a specified directory. No error message and the
> sandbox looked normal including the meta data files.
> I'm using 2.5.03 Build 2382 for both server and client. Both systems are
> running WinXP. I'm also using SSPI instead of SSH. Don't know if that
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