[Bug 82920] cvsroot isn't passed to cvs commit

Christian Loose christian.loose at hamburg.de
Wed Jun 9 12:35:08 UTC 2004

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------- Additional Comments From christian.loose hamburg de  2004-06-08 23:34 -------
I could reproduce it with the following steps:

a. Create a repository in your home directory with cvs init. (e.g. /home/user/cvsroot)
b. Create a new project in KDevelop with the location on the same level as the CVS repository. (e.g. /home/user/project_name)
c. Choose 'CvsService' as version control system
d. The field 'server path' should contain the path of the CVS repository. (e.g. /home/user/cvsroot)
e. The field 'module' should be empty.

The module field on the VCS page seems to be a mandatory field. Creating several projects with an empty module field will result in a messed up CVS repository where several files from different projects will be in the same subdirectory (e.g. src)

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