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Re: Windows/ViewCVS/fsfs

From: Rick Hudson <rhudson_at_paradise.net.nz>
Date: 2004-10-06 11:32:47 CEST

In message <m3zn30d2nv.fsf@localhost.localdomain>
          "C. Michael Pilato" <cmpilato@collab.net> wrote:

> Rick Hudson <rhudson@paradise.net.nz> writes:
>> Is there any difference in the way bdb and fsfs are accessed by viewcvs
>> that would cause this?
> This question belongs on the ViewCVS list, not the Subversion one.

I guess so, although after I had another idea I eventually traced the problem
to my subversion installation (viewcvs was fine after all).

FWIW, I'd forogtten that I'd installed the new subversion in a differently
named directory from my old subversion and python couldn't find the new svn
libraries which viewcvs needs. In my 1.0 installation I'd left the python
bindings in the subversion directory and added a .pth config file to python
to point it there. Instead of a general "nothing works" problem, viewcvs was
still using the python bindings from svn 1.0 which explains why it had no
problem with the sbdb repos but not the fsfs ones. Doh.

Rick Hudson
http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/rhudson/             rhudson_at_paradise.net.nz
http://www.kpo.org.nz/                                        rick_at_kpo.org.nz
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