[Zope] Need some help with ZCVSMixin
Wed, 2 May 2001 16:09:13 +1000
I finally decided it's time to get acquainted with ZCVSMixin, mainly
because I was looking for a way to sync a project between a
development and a production server. But I'm having problems getting
started with it.
I started a new project, checked it out to
/home/itai/workspace/MyProject, created a CVS Folder instance in Zope
in the MyProject folder, and then created and checked in some files
and folders. No problems here, except for some trouble doing commits.
Checkins work fine, but commit just hangs forever. I'm not sure I get
commit at all - why is it such a long procedure? To do a commit I
need to first click "Force Obj->File" and then select "commit" and
click "Admin Function", whereas checkin is a one-click action.
Anyway, I then wanted to see how I would use ZCVSMixin to update a
production server. So I checked out a new copy of the project ( cd
/home/itai/test; cvs co MyProject ), created a Test folder in Zope,
added a CVS Folder to it and set its file system root to
/home/itai/test/MyProject. Then I viewed the CVS object CVS Status
page. I expected to see the objects that I checked out, but I saw
nothing. Then, I created a new folder under MyProject, and tried to
add a CVS Folder to it, but got errno 13, even though
/home/itai/test/MyProject is owned by nobody, which is also the user
So: following the instruction in the ZCVSMixin README I can get a
CVS-controlled folder working, although I can't commit anything in
it, and I can do nothing with a new checkout copy of the project.
What am I doing wrong?
One other question, just in case I manage to solve these problems: I
want to CVS the ZClasses in a Product along with the project folder,
and it would be nice if they were both stored in the same repository
branch. How should I set up the CVS Folder for the Product? I set it
to use /home/itai/MyProject/Product. Is that a good idea?
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