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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Help with CVS installation

From: Mark A Peters (Skeeter)
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Help with CVS installation
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 18:29:19 -0500 (CDT)

To simplify things, I would suggest that if you cvs co using '-r
Version-0_9_14-branch' instead of '-r Version-0_9_14-branch-RC2' you will
only need to issue 'cvs -z3 update -dP' to get a complete update of the
entire phpGW system.

The -RC1, -RC2 are considered to be snapshots at the time when we built
the RC releases.  The Version-0_9_14-branch is the running branch where we
are constantly making fixes.  The .14 version should never really need any
updates to either the header or the configuration settings, but, I would
suggest every once in a while to go into the setup/configuration and look
at Step 3 - Manage Languages and reinstall your language files, if you
have not already made custom entries or added any new phrases.

Hope this helps,
Mark A Peters (Skeeter)

On Thu, 11 Apr 2002, Scott A. Henderson wrote:

> I am having a problem with the CVS installation and have tried a number of
> things to get this to work properly.  Much of this is most likely related to
> my limited CVS experience but I will try and relate the process that I have
> gone through and then maybe someone will have some suggestions.
> 1)  First and foremost I have a running phpgroupware.  This was built with
> the tar ball of .9.14-RC2.  This works but has a number of errors that I
> have noted in the patches and would like to get the patches.
> 2)  To accomplish this I moved my installation to another directory and then
> did the CVS install as follows, I have a script I am using since I keep
> repeating this process with variations as follows
> #!/bin/sh
> # Get phpgroupware and update it to the latest version.  This 
> # script gets the 9.14-RC2 branch and updates it.
> # Backup the current version
> echo -ne "Backing up existing configuration..."
> mv phpgroupware phpgroupware.old
> echo "<ok>"
> # Logon to CVS server
> echo -ne "Logging onto CVs Server..."
> cvs -d:pserver:address@hidden:/cvsroot/phpgroupware login
> # Get the base phpgroupware directory
> echo "Getting main phpgroupware directory..."
> cvs -d:pserver:address@hidden:/cvsroot/phpgroupware co -r
> Version-0
> _9_14-branch-RC2 phpgroupware
> # Get the phpgroupware applications
> echo -ne "Change to phpgroupware directory..."
> cd phpgroupware
> echo "<ok>"
> echo "Get phpgroupware applications..."
> cvs co -r Version-0_9_14-branch-RC2 addressbook admin backup bookkeeping
> bookmar
> ks brewer calendar cart ccs cdb chat chora comic cron developer_tools dj
> eldapti
> r email etemplate felamimail filemanager forum ftp headlines hr img infolog
> inv 
> manual mediadb meerkat messenger napster netsaint news_admin nntp notes
> phonelog
>  phpgwapi phpgwnetsaint phpsysinfo phpwebhosting polls preferences projects
> qmai
> lldap rbs registration setup skel soap stocks syncml-server timetrack todo
> trans
> y tts wap wcm weather xmlrpc
> # Update the applications
> echo "Update applications..."
> cvs update -Pd
> # Restore the configuration file and the user file directories
> echo -ne "Restore configuration file and user directories..."
> cp -rp ../phpgroupware.old/ ./
> cp -rp ../phpgroupware.old/files .files
> echo "<ok>"
> What I want to get is RC2 with all the patches since they seem to address
> the problems I am running into.  At this point I am not sure if I am doing
> this correct or not.  I have tried a number of options and seem to get the
> same results.
> Scott A. Henderson
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