Re: updating a package with upstream cvs snapshot
Le Sunday 20 June 2004 à 23:41:08, Robert Collins a écrit:
> On Sun, 2004-06-20 at 22:35, Matthew Palmer wrote:
> > It seems like it'd be a fair bit more work to get cscvs working than
> > hand-applying a single cherry out of a CVS repo, though.
> Depends on the size of the cherry really :}.
> cvs co foo
> cd foo
> cscvs cache -b
> cscvs log
cscvs seams promising... but I can't make it to work :-(
$ cscvs cache -b
cvs [log aborted]: received broken pipe signal
Set remote repository location to /imports/acer/home/CVS/pcsc-perl
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/cscvs/cscvs", line 251, in ?
retval = main(sys.argv)
File "/usr/share/cscvs/cscvs", line 237, in main
File "/usr/share/cscvs/cscvs", line 90, in callSubcommand
File "/usr/share/cscvs/modules/Runner.py", line 53, in run
File "/usr/share/cscvs/cmds/cache.py", line 212, in cache
if not mode == MODE_UNSET: update_cache(config, pipe)
File "/usr/share/cscvs/cmds/cache.py", line 92, in update_cache
parser = CVS.Parser.Parser(config, pipe)
File "/usr/share/cscvs/modules/CVS/Parser.py", line 135, in __init__
total_revs = self._parse_revs(filename, tags, branches, total_revs)
File "/usr/share/cscvs/modules/CVS/Parser.py", line 271, in _parse_revs
raise error, "bad rlog parser, no cookie!"
Parser error: bad rlog parser, no cookie!
cvs [rlog aborted]: received broken pipe signal
The only information I found related to this "cookie" problem is  but
this was a problem with ViewCVS and I don't know how to adapt the
solution for my own problem.
I did not installed tla. I only use CVS for now.
Dr. Ludovic Rousseau Ludovic.Rousseau@free.fr
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