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
Hmm, I am clueless about this... but wait
On Sun, 2008-07-13 at 04:54 +0000, Slythfox wrote:
> $ cvs -z3
> -d:ext:email@example.com:/cvsroot/phpsqliteadmin add phpsqliteadmin2/row_edit.php -m "Initial import"
> cvs add: in directory .:
> cvs [add aborted]: there is no version here; do 'cvs checkout' first
True, I wanted to say that I use svn for my other projects, but never
> 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.
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?
Wow that's nice to hear, I will check it out
> (And sourceforge's documentation on using svn with SF projects is
> On the bright side, I'm happy to say I got a simple table exporter to
> work for phpSQLiteadmin.
> - C Hale
> On Sun, Jul 13, 2008 at 12:12 AM, Yves Glodt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sunday 13 July 2008, Slythfox wrote:
> > Wow, sorry for all the separate dev list emails for these
> > 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...
> remember svn is quite similar to it... sorry
> > I have to figure out how to add files now. When I try to add
> > 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
> > The problem is, it won't let me checkout a non-existent
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