I'm still interested in what you find.
Looking through the source code for post-review, it appears that the
CVS failure is occurring because post-review cannot find CVS/Root in
the working directory. I can work around that issue -- there appear to
be others -- in my commit hook script, but it makes me wonder whether
this code path has been tested in this scenario.
On Jan 16, 9:03 pm, zhibin wang <wangzhibin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> reviewed. just have a test. thank you.
> On 1月12日, 上午4时52分, Tom <tom.o...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I need help with a problem with post-review when it's invoked within
> > commitinfo under CVS. CVS and RB 1.6.3 are running on separate Linux
> > servers. RBtools are installed on the CVS server. I have an apparently
> > valid repository definition in the RB admin web interface, the path
> > for which is:
> > :pserver:user:password@cvsserver/usr/local/cvs/repository
> > commitinfo invokes a script that simply does this:
> > post-review -dn --server=http://rbserver--repository-
> > url=:pserver:user:password@cvsserver/usr/local/cvs/repository
> > If I manually run that post-review command from within my checkout
> > directory, it works fine. However, when I try to commit a file, it
> > fails:
> > >>> RBTools 0.3.4
> > >>> Home = /var/cvs
> > >>> svn info :pserver:user:password@cvsserver/usr/local/cvs/repository
> > >>> git rev-parse --git-dir
> > No supported repository could be access at the supplied url.
> > I'm sure I'm overlooking something trivial, but what is it?
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