#10 $cvsroot cvswebconfig.pl configuration

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# Set $cvsroot to the root of the CVS tree
# This is used by cvswebedit
$cvsroot = "/home/pitek/CVS_ROOT";

What if you have multiple repositories??? With the
above assignment, you can only specify 1 repository.
Am I just missing something? Does this imply that I
can only use cvswebedit with that 1 repository?

Discussion

  • Piotr Kaminski
    Piotr Kaminski
    2001-05-02

    • status: open --> open-later
     
  • Piotr Kaminski
    Piotr Kaminski
    2001-05-02

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    Since CVSWebClient's code is taken from CVSWeb (which
    supports multiple repositories) and from CVSWebEdit (which
    doesn't) there are two places where you must set cvsroot.
    Now you can use multiple repositories only in cvswebread.cgi
    file (only browsing funcionality). All functions connected
    with editing support only one repository. This problem
    should be fixed in next big release (3.0 I mean).

     
  • Piotr Kaminski
    Piotr Kaminski
    2001-05-02

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    Since CVSWebClient's code is taken from CVSWeb (which
    supports multiple repositories) and from CVSWebEdit (which
    doesn't) there are two places where you must set cvsroot.
    Now you can use multiple repositories only in cvswebread.cgi
    file (only browsing funcionality). All functions connected
    with editing support only one repository. This problem
    should be fixed in next big release (3.0 I mean).

     
  • dujianzhong
    dujianzhong
    2002-04-23

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    I think that you can edit %CVSROOT in cvswebconfig.pl
    after having made multiple repositories.

    a 'symbolic_name' to a 'path_to_the_actual_repository',OK!