> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew Sweger [mailto:andy@...]
> Sent: 22 April 2002 04:02
> To: TWiki-Dev@...
> Subject: [TWiki-Dev] CVS Errors, Rcs.pm & segfaults
> I've just recently started getting into TWiki (hi, y'all). (If I'm
> spouting off in the wrong place, please redirect me.) I've
> run into two
> problems when getting the TWiki source from CVS. Has anyone else been
> bitten by these? I'm concerned that I'm not getting (all) the
> right files.
> When checking out the twiki module or updating an existing
> working copy, I
> consistently receive the following message:
> cvs server: nothing known about ttest/lib/TWiki/Store/Rcs.pm
> But there is no Rcs.pm file. It's not even mentioned in any
> local files
> (e.g., */CVS/Entries) except for one mention in lib/TWiki.cfg.
> Otherwise, the checkout/update appears to work correctly. Is
> there some
> artifact on the server that might be causing this?
You can ignore this, it's harmless. It is due to some CVS shenanigans on
> When exporting the twiki module (so I can import it into my own local
> cvsroot for managing local changes, releases, and packaging),
> I receive
> the following diagnostic:
> . (things are fine until...)
> U ttest/twiki/lib/TWiki/Plugins/DefaultPlugin.pm
> U ttest/twiki/lib/TWiki/Plugins/EmptyPlugin.pm
> U ttest/twiki/lib/TWiki/Plugins/InterwikiPlugin.pm
> Terminated with fatal signal 11
This looks a bit more serious. Is this on a Linux box? You may have a
hardware problem that is only stepped on by CVS, although this is much more
common with Linux kernel compilations - see http://www.bitwizard.nl/sig11/
I assume you have CVS working for other projects on your machine, though...
> This happens consistently, regardless of variations in cvs
> options, and in
> the same location. The export command I am using is:
This may mean it is not a hardware problem....
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