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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Help with CVS installation

From: Chris Weiss
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Help with CVS installation
Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 13:16:38 +0000

Version-0_9_14-branch-RC2 is just a tag used to build the tarballs.  The branch 
comes from, and where the patches are commited, is Version-0_9_14-branch.  
running `cvs -z3 update -dP` from the phpgroupware dir of your RC2 install will
pull the updates for all the installed modules from the CVS branch.  The RC
packages contain the CVS info too, only full releases do not.

Scott A. Henderson (address@hidden) 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
># 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
>_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
>ks brewer calendar cart ccs cdb chat chora comic cron developer_tools dj
>r email etemplate felamimail filemanager forum ftp headlines hr img infolog
>manual mediadb meerkat messenger napster netsaint news_admin nntp notes
> phpgwapi phpgwnetsaint phpsysinfo phpwebhosting polls preferences projects
>lldap rbs registration setup skel soap stocks syncml-server timetrack todo
>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
>Finite Technologies Incorporated
>3763 Image Drive
>Anchorage, Alaska 99504
>Phone: (907) 337-2860
>Fax: (907) 333-4482
>Phpgroupware-users mailing list

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