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wizkid

Posts: 3
Posted: 11/04/2014, 3:51 PM

Whenever I try to do a commit on a folder with many files, I receive the error:
Source Control:
cvs idling timed out
Source Control: cvs [commit aborted]: received interrupt signal
Source Control:
***** CVS exited normally with code 1 *****

Does anyone know how to overcome this?
Maybe a way to set a larger timeout value for CVS?

Thanks
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DataDoIT
Posted: 11/04/2014, 5:26 PM

Is your CVS repository local or remote to the CVS service location?
This typically happens when the repo is remote (such as on an Amazon S3
or attached network storage).

Typically I like to keep the CVS repo local to the service, then use
some other remote sync service to send the files elsewhere (rsync).
eratech


Posts: 510
Posted: 11/04/2014, 5:32 PM

Alternatively, using a Subversion or git repo (local or remote) works really well.

CCS doesn't handle either of them internally, but there are a number of tools to do the sync (Tortoise SVN is the one I use)

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wizkid

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Posted: 11/04/2014, 11:21 PM

Thanks for the replies.

DataDoIT
I am using a remote repo (CVS installed on a VPS) and need this because I need to work with several developers on the same project at the same time. I'm not sure that rsyncing them would work for that?

eratech
I'v been searching for a way to use subversion or git but have not found any explanation of how to make them work in CCS. Could you please shed some light on the matter? Also, are you using an SCC Provider to allow CCS to work directly with svn or git? Correct me if I'm wrong, but If I need to be working concurrently with other devs on the same CCS project - then I'm not sure that updating separately from tortisesvn would work for me?
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ccsminer

Posts: 40
Posted: 11/30/2015, 9:06 AM

Subversion will flag changed source files and then it's just a matter of committing them to the repository - local or remote.

Don't see the reason or need to do this internally within CCS.
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eratech


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Posted: 12/10/2015, 10:04 PM

wizkid - I know it's been over a year but ccsminer;s comment brought me back.

Subversion and git both work in folders and track the changes and can then sync changes to the svn/git server. So there is no need to integrate it with CCS, just use a tool to assist (like Tortoise SVN as I mentioned)

If you are the only developer and you want a local-only version, you can, and then your changes will be kept in case you need to go back and recover something:

Setting up a local only SVN server on Windows:
http://blog.codinghorror.com/setting-up-subversion-on-windows/
and installing TortoiseSVN and local server
http://thinkinging.com/2007/04/12/creating-a-local-subv...th-tortoisesvn/

Similar steps for a remote server (where you might be saving code to a department SVN Server or a hosted service)
I admit I have only run remote servers so my code is not sitting solely on my laptop and others can access it.

Hope that helps

Eric
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