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Cruise Control VSBootstrapper error=2

 
Manzar Zaidi
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Hello,

I am trying to setup cruise control ver 2.2 to checkout project from CVS but..

I get this error from CruiseControl as it tries to check for updates in CVS

VSBootstrapper- Error executing CVS update command
java.io.IOException: CreateProcess: cvs -d server:myusername@mycvshost:/dis
k1/cvsroot update -dP module/subdir/trunk/build.xml error=2

The config.xml file I am using is Config.xml

I saw very helpful and simple tutorials online, but all of them say about suing the checked out project form the local folders. I would need the automation script to check the CVS and checkout fresh if needed.
My Cruise control setup is working fine with local project folder.

Any help and suggestions are welcome.
 
Ryan Zezeski
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Originally posted by Manzar Zaidi:
Hello,

I am trying to setup cruise control ver 2.2 to checkout project from CVS but..

I get this error from CruiseControl as it tries to check for updates in CVS

VSBootstrapper- Error executing CVS update command
java.io.IOException: CreateProcess: cvs -d server:myusername@mycvshost:/dis
k1/cvsroot update -dP module/subdir/trunk/build.xml error=2

The config.xml file I am using is Config.xml

I saw very helpful and simple tutorials online, but all of them say about suing the checked out project form the local folders. I would need the automation script to check the CVS and checkout fresh if needed.
My Cruise control setup is working fine with local project folder.

Any help and suggestions are welcome.



What type of environment are you running this in? My guess is your running this from a windows machine through either the cruisecontrol.bat or using cygwin to run the shell script? If you're in a windows environment error code 2 is for file not found. Probably because windows CMD cannot locate the cvs command. I believe you could install cvsnt and put it in your path to solve this problem. Or you could install cygwin with cvs support. Also are your CVSROOT and CVS_RSH environment variables set?
 
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