|Re: Error using CVS. [message #111771 is a reply to message #111607]
||Wed, 29 October 2003 20:06
Originally posted by: info.oti.com|
Vinod Manalar wrote:
> I am unable to view the "diff" between my local file and the one in the
> CVS repository. Eclipse always shows that the whole file has been
> modified locally. I found an exception in the .log file. (see below).
> From the stack trace it seems Eclipse is running the update command
> with the -C option. But the CVS Repository version in use here is
> 1.10.5, which I believe does not allow this option.
I think you're out of luck with this. From the Eclipse FAQ:
< http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/~checkout~/platform -vcm-home/docs/online/cvs_features2.0/cvs-faq.html#server_1>
1.What server versions of CVS are supported by Eclipse?
In 3.0, Eclipse supports CVS version 1.11.1p1 or higher, running
on a Linux or UNIX server. Eclipse 2.1.2 and before does not work with
greater than 1.11.6 (see next point). Eclipse does not officially
support running CVSNT on a Windows server, but varied degrees of success
achieved. In this case, CVSNT version 126.96.36.199 or higher must be
used. There have also been some problems reported with HPUX and Solaris
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