[PyKDE] Eric questions
j.vienne at libertysurf.fr
Sun Apr 18 16:24:01 BST 2004
Thanks for help concerning cvs handling.
I nearly succeed in creating my new cvs base threw eric interface!
I have created the cvs repository successfuly and correctly imported my
sources files as root user.
Now, I've just a little problem of permissions when trying to import
this project from the repository, for a non-root user.
I have done as follow:
Project -> Version Control...-> New from repository
and I gave the correct path for cvs repository and archive name
('clim_project' in my case)
Then I obtain the following error in a two part window :
cvs -f -d /usr/local/cvsroot/ checkout -r clim_project clim_project
cvs checkout: failed to create lock directory for
(/usr/local/cvsroot/clim_project/#cvs.lock): Permission denied
cvs checkout: failed to obtain dir lock in repository
cvs [checkout aborted]: read lock failed - giving up
I believe this is mostly a cvs question, but what must I do to obtain
permissions for a non root user?
Detlev Offenbach wrote:
>Am Samstag, 10. April 2004 18:23 schrieb jul:
>> 3) Is anyone have used the CVS functionnalities of eric (Project Menu
>>-> Version Control) ? I'm very interessed by this function, but I have
>>no idea make it work with eric3. Is there any doc somewhere ?
>Unfortunately user documentation is eric's weak point. Any help in this
>area is welcome.
>To create a new project select Project->Version Control->New from
>repository... and enter the relevant info into the dialog. Use the
>What's this help for further infos. ...->Add to repository adds a local
>project to the repository. If you create a new local project, you have
>the option to place it into the repository as well (see checkboy in the
>new project dialog).
>The other menu entries should be fairly self explanatory.
>To add a project file to the repository just bring up the context menu
>for this file in the project sources browser (or one of the others) and
>select 'Add to repository'.
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