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Re: [joist-dev] CVS guest user issues

Author edk
Full name Ed Korthof
Date 2000-11-09 10:12:36 PST
Message On Thu, Nov 09, 2000 at 10:09:14AM -0800, Daniel L. Rall wrote:
> "Daniel L. Rall" wrote:
> >
> > "Matola,Tod" wrote:
> > >
> > > Josh,
> > >
> > > As guest I receive a the following error msg from the command:
> > >
> > > cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.d​ublincore.org:/cvs co -r TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED
> > > joist
> > >
> > > cvs server: User 'guest' cannot access
> > > cvs [server aborted]: no such tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED
> > >
> > > And I know the tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED does exist (I looked at the cvsweb
> > > and can see the tag).
> > > Is this functionality restricted for the guest account?
> > >
> > > Any advise would be great.
> >
> > Do you mean to checked out the TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED tagged version from
> > dublincore or tigris?
>
> When I use the version correspondig to that tag (1.2.0.4), I get a bunch
> of "cvs server: Updating blah/blah/blah" messages, but no actual source
> code. When I checkout a fresh copy of Joist, then cd into the joist
> directory and do a `cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.t​igris.org:/cvs up
> -r1.2.0.4`, all the source code that I had checked out is erased with a
> "Not in repository" message.
>
> These operations work fine with a non-guest Tigris account.

I tried this as well; I wasn't able to retrieve the code using guest &
the symbolic tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED. I was able to get
TIGRIS_SEP_13_2000 (a branch I'm maintaining because we've got sites
using it) -- and I don't know what the difference is.

At first I thought the problem might be perms on some file in CVSROOT
... but then it'd be harder to explain why it works for some files.

I'll forward this along to Karl Fogel; perhaps he'll have some insight.

cheers --

Ed
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CVS guest user issues

Author dlr
Full name Daniel Rall
Date 2000-11-09 10:09:14 PST
Message "Daniel L. Rall" wrote:
>
> "Matola,Tod" wrote:
> >
> > Josh,
> >
> > As guest I receive a the following error msg from the command:
> >
> > cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.d​ublincore.org:/cvs co -r TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED
> > joist
> >
> > cvs server: User 'guest' cannot access
> > cvs [server aborted]: no such tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED
> >
> > And I know the tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED does exist (I looked at the cvsweb
> > and can see the tag).
> > Is this functionality restricted for the guest account?
> >
> > Any advise would be great.
>
> Do you mean to checked out the TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED tagged version from
> dublincore or tigris?

When I use the version correspondig to that tag (1.2.0.4), I get a bunch
of "cvs server: Updating blah/blah/blah" messages, but no actual source
code. When I checkout a fresh copy of Joist, then cd into the joist
directory and do a `cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.t​igris.org:/cvs up
-r1.2.0.4`, all the source code that I had checked out is erased with a
"Not in repository" message.

These operations work fine with a non-guest Tigris account.
--

Daniel Rall <dlr at finemaltcoding dot com>

Re: [joist-dev] RE: [helm-dev] Compile problems?

Author dlr
Full name Daniel Rall
Date 2000-11-09 09:50:20 PST
Message "Matola,Tod" wrote:
>
> Josh,
>
> As guest I receive a the following error msg from the command:
>
> cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.d​ublincore.org:/cvs co -r TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED
> joist
>
> cvs server: User 'guest' cannot access
> cvs [server aborted]: no such tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED
>
> And I know the tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED does exist (I looked at the cvsweb
> and can see the tag).
> Is this functionality restricted for the guest account?
>
> Any advise would be great.

Do you mean to checked out the TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED tagged version from
dublincore or tigris?
--

Daniel Rall <dlr at finemaltcoding dot com>

RE: [helm-dev] Compile problems?

Author "Matola,Tod" <matola at oclc dot org>
Full name "Matola,Tod" <matola at oclc dot org>
Date 2000-11-09 08:22:07 PST
Message Josh,

 As guest I receive a the following error msg from the command:

cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.d​ublincore.org:/cvs co -r TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED
joist

cvs server: User 'guest' cannot access
cvs [server aborted]: no such tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED

And I know the tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED does exist (I looked at the cvsweb
and can see the tag).
Is this functionality restricted for the guest account?

Any advise would be great.

Cheers Tod...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Josh Lucas [mailto:lucas at collab dot net]
> Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 2:16 PM
> To: dev at helm dot tigris dot org
> Cc: dev at joist dot tigris dot org; terrall at oclc dot org
> Subject: Re: [helm-dev] Compile problems?
>
>
> Tod -
>
> The latest version of joist requires both the 1.2 JVM as well as the
> latest webmacro (version 0.94 from webmacro.org).
>
> If you'd like to go back to the joist before this requirement, do an
> update with the tag TIGRIS_WM_0_89_HACKED. That should take
> care of the
> compile problems.
>
>
> josh
>
> On Mon, 6 Nov 2000, Tod Matola wrote:
>
> > Hello.
> >
> > With the latest set of rpms (10/24/2000) and the latest
> version of joist
> > (cvs co -d :pserver:guest@cvs.t​igris.org:/cvs joist), I
> can't seem to
> > get joist to compile. I was wondering if anyone else in
> countered this
> > and might have a suggestion (BTW I was unsure if this is a
> helm or joist
> > problem so I cross posted).
> >
> > It looks as tho some of the jar file are missing or
> incorrect. Here are
> > the errors:
> >
> > Compiling 101 source files to
> /home/matola/work/sa​ndbox/joist/dest/cla​ss
> >
> >
> /home/matola/work/sa​ndbox/joist/java/org​/joist/security/Unse​cu
> reServlet.java:52:
> > Class java.util.List not found in import.
> > import java.util.List;
> > ^
> > /home/matola/work/sa​ndbox/joist/java/org​/joist/mail/Emailer.​java:53:
> > Class java.util.List not found in import.
> > import java.util.List;
> > ^
> >
> /home/matola/work/sa​ndbox/joist/java/org​/joist/session/Sessi​on
> Manager.java:57:
> > Class org.webmacro.ContextException notfound in import.
> > import org.webmacro.ContextException;
> > ^
> >
> /home/matola/work/sa​ndbox/joist/java/org​/joist/util/FormTool​.java:13:
> > Interface org.joist.util.ContextTool of class
> org.joist.util.FormTool
> > not found.
> > public class FormTool implements ContextTool
> > ^
> >
> /home/matola/work/sa​ndbox/joist/java/org​/joist/database/Data​Ma
> nager.java:91:
> > Class org.joist.database.HashMap not found
> > private HashMap storedMgrs = new HashMap();
> > ^
> >
> /home/matola/work/sa​ndbox/joist/java/org​/joist/database/Data​Ma
> nager.java:91:
> > Class org.joist.database.HashMap not found in type declaration.
> > private HashMap storedMgrs = new HashMap();
> >
> > Cheers Tod...
> >
>
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