Thanks for the feedback Nickle, I have forwarded this on to the
sharpcvslib-developers mailing list as well.
I will look into exposing the compression option to the nant task. The
functionality is in the library, but I will have to check and see how
much testing we have done with this.
I am not sure off the top of my head what is going on with the update
command. I have filed a bug report and will do some testing on this
end. In the meantime do you know if the correct sources are being
brought down? If so it might be a case of the file modification time
being different (or incorrect I guess (-:). =20
I have also updated the documentation in cvs, thanks!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nicklas Norling [mailto:nicklas.norling@...]
> Sent: November 28, 2003 3:29 AM
> To: 'nant-developers@...'
> Subject: [nant-dev] CVS tasks buggy
> Started using the two cvs tasks cvs-checkout and cvs-update.
> There seems to be some problems with these, at least on my sandbox.
> Using NAnt build 20031125.
> Using cvs-checkout seems to work just fine, but I can not get
> any combination of option(s) to turn compression on. Isn't compression
> supposed to work?
> Using the cvs-update task all my code, each and every run, will get
> updated. This is on consecutive runs, nothing has touched the checked
> out files in-between. TortoiseCVS shows everything as changed when I
> the folders (directly after a checkout or update) if that's any
> If at all possible, please make compression work for the cvs task.
> It can be of great importance for many I think.
> Also very minor, but since I ran into them...
> A few cosmetics for the docs
> Checkout task examples at the bottom has begin tag instead of end tag
> cvs-update middle example is a cvs-checkout task, also the two at the
> are missing close tag and have begin tag instead.
> Thanks for a great work of getting cvs tasks for NAnt!
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