I've had problems like this before. It turns out that somehow the
repository file got corrupted. Try and do a "cvs log <file>" from a prompt
in your sandbox. You'll probably see an error message that will help you
figure out the problem. If you don't get an error, then the problem might
Fixing corrupted repository files is a discussion we should probably
have offline. I've done it so I'll be happy to try and help.
On 12/16/05, Marko Velkavrh <marko.velkavrh@...> wrote:
> I'm using Tortoise CVS for some time now without any problems.
> Then, all of a sudden (and supposedly without any changes on my Win2k
> desktop or HP-UX server), I've started to experience the following
> On majority of files revision graph and history are working as expected,
> on some request to show rev. graph shows an expected window for a brief
> moments, then disappears. It is always the same with the same files and
> no exception - either it works or it doesn't.
> It's probably worth mentioning, that my sandbox is also on HP-UX and that
> I'm accessing that filesystem with Samba. I've also checked CVS folder
> (Entries...) for some irregularities and didn't find any. Also, there is
> problem with history when I work with tkcvs on hp-ux.
> Any ideas?
> Is there a way to do some logging of TortoiseCVS activities and explore
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