|Re: Tagging a build in CVS via hudson... [message #1753828 is a reply to message #1753309]
||Fri, 10 February 2017 13:26
| Matt Tuttle
Registered: July 2015
It has been awhile since I have had to do this but the answer depends on what version of CVS you are running. You basically have to provide the location to the .cvspass file or run the "cvs login" command from the command line.|
.cvspass file can be configured from "Manage Hudson" --> "Configure System" --> "CVS" (near the middle)
Additional information directly from the Hudson help page:
CVS stores the login and password information in a file called ".cvspass". Normally CVS loads this file in your home directory, but if you want to have Hudson load it from a different place, specify the full path to the file. Otherwise leave it blank.
If you are using CVSNT (am I?), then this setting is likely to be ignored. See this note for more about why. In this case, you need to run "cvs login" command manually to enter password. If Hudson runs under the same user as you do, then this would be straight-forward. However, if Hudson runs as a service, you'd need to first launch CMD.exe as the SYSTEM user, then you need to run cvs command from there. See this document for how to do this.
[Updated on: Fri, 10 February 2017 13:27]
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