Hi,

This would only happen if:

1) You hard-coded the repository path in your copy of post-review.
2) You have a .reviewboardrc sitting in some parent directory pointing to
the Perforce repository path.
3) Your local CVS checkout is somewhere inside your Perforce checkout.

Christian

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On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 4:14 PM, mary <ciaom...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> I setup a new CVS repository on my ReviewBoard server (adding to the
> existing Perforce repositories already setup.)
>
> I'm trying to use 'post-review' to post a CVS review now, but it's not
> working. It's using the repository path for the Perforce repository.
>
> Is there a way in post-review to explictly set the repository_path
> that should be used?
>
> Or is this a server side issue? Do I need to configure something
> additionally to support running more than one repository? The only
> thing I've done so far is to add a new repository in the admin GUI
> called "cvs".
>
> Thanks!
>
> Using RB v1.0.5.1 on Centos5.3
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