CVS pserver : missing size, revision, author and comment
I got a problem using a cvs pserver root as all the files are missing the fields enumerated in the subject.
I rsynced the same repository into a local repository of the redmine server and the problem is gone. But I'd like to avoid to rsync on this server.
Using cvs in command line for rls and rlog I was unable to find a difference that would explain the wrong behavior with pserver.
I'll try to reproduce this at home woth a repository without sensible data.
Updated by Damien Couderc over 11 years ago
Ok I'm late but it seems that using the required GNU cvs on an orignal cvs repository is the problem.
This is a problem when you don't have the control of the cvs version of the remote repository.
Any chance to make it compatible with non GNU cvs ?
Updated by Dominik Follmann about 11 years ago
I had a very similar Issue, when I was using a GNU CVS client in combination with a CVSNT server (though, I'm not sure, if this combiation caused the error). The problem and the solution is described here -> http://answers.bitnami.org/questions/9894/problems-with-cvs-repository-in-redmine-220-subdirectories-not-working. If this also helps you, maybe we should integrate this as a patch then.