The one thing I couldn't get working was adding directories. It returned a strange error... however, I think I now know what I didn't do. Anyway, I finally updated all of my changes to date. SVN is easier to work with. :)

One thing, though. When committing, how do you individually log the revision changes for each file? I tried svn commit, then in the nano prompt, added -m "changes" to all of the lines.

- C Hale

On Sun, Jul 13, 2008 at 9:57 AM, Yves Glodt <> wrote:

On Sun, 2008-07-13 at 04:54 +0000, Slythfox wrote:
> Yeah:
> $ cvs -z3
> add phpsqliteadmin2/row_edit.php -m "Initial import"
> cvs add: in directory .:
> cvs [add aborted]: there is no version here; do 'cvs checkout' first

Hmm, I am clueless about this... but wait

> As for svn, I'm not sure how you got it to work, because it seems to
> me that svn isn't set up for the phpsqliteadmin project.

True, I wanted to say that I use svn for my other projects, but never
converted phpsla to it, but.... :-) I did it now, by dumping the CVS
from about 1 hour ago (11:00 AM here at GMT+1) and importing it into SVN

I suggest that we check it out all, and forget about the CVS repo, and
only work in the svn from now on, what do you think about that?


> (And sourceforge's documentation on using svn with SF projects is
> worse...)
> On the bright side, I'm happy to say I got a simple table exporter to
> work for phpSQLiteadmin.

Wow that's nice to hear, I will check it out

> - C Hale
> On Sun, Jul 13, 2008 at 12:12 AM, Yves Glodt <> wrote:
>         On Sunday 13 July 2008, Slythfox wrote:
>         > Wow, sorry for all the separate dev list emails for these
>         revisions!
>         >
>         > I suppose there's a way to simple update everything at the
>         same time?
>         I use svn mainly, and a simple "svn commit" in the root-folder
>         of the
>         project does that. I do not remember much about cvs at all...
>         just
>         remember svn is quite similar to it... sorry
>         > I have to figure out how to add files now. When I try to add
>         files,
>         > it outputs this: cvs [add aborted]: there is no version
>         here; do 'cvs
>         > checkout' first
>         To cite the svn-equivalent, did you try "cvs add
>         filename.php"?
>         regards,
>         Yves
>         > The problem is, it won't let me checkout a non-existent
>         file.

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