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I tried to launch the example given with CVSSharplib and I have a problem about the Sandbox :
Here the error :
Unable to write outside of sandbox. Attempting to write to path=[C:\xxxxxxxx\debug\module\CVS\Tag]Sandbox path=[C:\temp\module]
I don't really know why the first path is this one. I tried to check in the sharpcvslib code and I think the problem could come from FileSystem.PathTranslator, in the method :
public static FileSystemInfo AppendCvs(string fs);
Don't know if I'm right but I don't know how to solve this problem. I'm sure there is something easy to do or that I don't really use the lib correctly.... but for the moment, I don't know :/
If you have any idea... (or need more explanation)
I forgot to say that I do checkout with a revision.
Just under the creation of the WorkingDirectory, I add :
CurrentWorkingDirectory.Revision = "CDM_Version-2-01-0-135";
It works without revision but it fails with it
I found a solution... which is surely not THE good solution but it has fixed my problem.
in FileSystem.Manager, in change the following method :
public Tag AddTag (WorkingDirectory workingDirectory, String localPath,String repositoryPath, String stickyTag);
I changed the build of the tagFile :
FileInfo tagFile = new FileInfo(Path.Combine(PathTranslator.AppendCvs(localPath).FullName,Tag.FILE_NAME));
is now :
FileInfo tagFile = new FileInfo(Path.Combine(PathTranslator.AppendCvs(workingDirectory.WorkingPath).FullName,Tag.FILE_NAME));
When you use PathTranslator.AppendCvs, it looks if the file exist but it is a directory (the localPath is something like "MyModule/") ... that's why when it builds new filesystem with DirectoryInfo, it use the directory were the dll is located and make something like :
I don't know if it helps you but I know my english is not very good so if you need more explanation, just ask.
But I ask you again; if you have in mind what the problem really come from, tell me.
Hi there, I fixed a few bugs with this over the weekend, could you let me know if it fixes your issue. Thanks,
The problem is still there. Here the stacktrace (if it helps) :
Unable to write outside of sandbox. Attempting to write to path=[C:\WINDOWS\system32\MYMODULE\CVS\Tag]Sandbox path=[C:\CHECKOUTPATH\MYMODULE]
at ICSharpCode.SharpCvsLib.FileSystem.Manager.ValidateInSandbox(String path)
at ICSharpCode.SharpCvsLib.FileSystem.Manager.WriteToFile(FileInfo cvsFullPath, String line, Boolean append)
at ICSharpCode.SharpCvsLib.FileSystem.Manager.WriteToFile(ICvsFile entries)
at ICSharpCode.SharpCvsLib.FileSystem.Manager.WriteToFile(ICvsFile cvsFile)
at ICSharpCode.SharpCvsLib.FileSystem.Manager.AddTag(Tag tag)
at ICSharpCode.SharpCvsLib.FileSystem.Manager.AddTag(WorkingDirectory workingDirectory, String localPath, String repositoryPath, String stickyTag)
at ICSharpCode.SharpCvsLib.Responses.AbstractResponse.Process(CvsStream cvsStream, IResponseServices services)
at ICSharpCode.SharpCvsLib.Client.CVSServerConnection.SubmitRequest(IRequest request)
at ICSharpCode.SharpCvsLib.Commands.CheckoutModuleCommand.Execute(ICommandConnection connection)
Actually let's compare steps. I did a test this morning and managed to get it working, but I may be missing something or have too simple of a test case. It may be in the modifications that you have made to the example application so if you can send those over via a patch file I can integrate them into the example app and figure out what is going on.
Using the commandline (and a pre-existing tag called blah) the following worked:
c:\>cvs -d:pserver:claytonharbour@cvs:/cvsroot/test co -r blah hi
[cvs server]: Updating hi
Processing time: 0:0:1:593.
Processing time: 0:0:0:999.
c:\hi>cvs update hi
Processing time: 0:0:1:499.
(and if you could fix the CVSRoot problem with the "\" char. I use a domain controller and I must put a "\" in the login... and it doesn't work... Anyway, that's not so hurry, I change it each time ;))