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Steve Hou

Joined: Jan 20, 2004
Posts: 2
Hi Everyone,

My question is about CVSNT vs WSAD.

I have successfully installed the CVSNT on my laptop (Windows XP) and created a repository from CVSNT-->service control panel.

Now, I can share a project from WSAD-->Team-->Share Project into the CVSNT repository but I can not see my project from WSAD-->CVS perspective view. I mean that my HEAD folder contains nothing when I expanded it.

Any suggestion?

Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
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Since you can pull in the project and synchronize it with the repository, you are connecting ok. Try right clicking the head folder and choosing refresh. It might be using a cached state.

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Steve Hou

Joined: Jan 20, 2004
Posts: 2
I tried the HEAD-->Refresh View. It still contains nothing. The problem is the expanding the HEAD running for about 5 minutes. During that time, from Windows Task Manager, you can see that 50% of CPU is running the cvs.exe and the Application panel shows that CVS Repository Exploring is not response. After that 5 minutes, the HEAD shows nothing.

Thanks for the help.
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