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Troubleshoot Mac Os X cvsmonitor Install

2006-11-22
2013-04-02
  • 1 - use darwinports to get some of the necessary libs

    2 - get the necessary objects for the perl using CPAN

    3 - change the perl script Metadata.pm in /Library/Webserver/CGI-Executables/cvsmonitor/modules/CVSMonitor/ path

    comment the original line in the function cvsversion sub to accept cvs version greater than 1.*.*

    sub cvsversion {
            my $self = shift;
            my @output = `cvs -v`;
            chomp(@output);
    #       if ( $output[1] =~ /\b(1\.[\d\.p]+)/ ) {
            if ( $output[1] =~ /\b(2\.[\d\.p]+)/ ) {
                    return $1;
            } else {
                    return undef;
            }
    }

    youre done and can start to work!

     
    • the MAC OS X version is 10.4.8 for reference