Thank you very much, Joseph! ...
I didn't understand this point:
You set the CVSROOT when you check out your project, right below the Module> 2) Where can I configure (in CodeWarrior) the project name. I always
> get this error: "No CVSROOT specified! Please use the -d option" ...
What do you mean with "Module information" ...?
Thanks again ...
Joseph Feld <pilotfeldnet.org> wrote in message news:<BB2A55A3.86BD2%pilotfeldnet.org>...> in article [email]4beb34a4.0307031705.447aa748posting.google.com[/email], Jorge at
> [email]rgasparini29[/email] wrote on 7/3/03 9:05 PM:
>>> > Hello all!,
> > I have Mac 10.2.6 installed with CVS. In the same machine, I have been
> > doing tests with CVS and I can do checkouts and commits ... using
> > Terminal.
> > Now I want to configure a CodeWarrior project with a CVS project. I
> > know I need to use one of these plugins: CWCVS (ElectricFish) and
> > mwCVS.
> > With CWCVS plugin I also need MacCVS application. I configured it and
> > everything is OK.
> > Now I want to use the "mwCVS" plugin, my questions are:
> > 1) Do I need MacCVS? (Is it possible to use another application?)
> Nope. MwCVS is self-contained.
>>> > 2) Where can I configure (in CodeWarrior) the project name. I always
> > get this error: "No CVSROOT specified! Please use the -d option" ...
> You set the CVSROOT when you check out your project, right below the Module
>>> > 3) Is there a reference to install and configure mwCVS?
> There isn't any installation (at least not with CW 8), it installed with the
> IDE. Just go to the Edit menu/Version Control Settings to turn it on for
> your project. If you know MacCVS most of the configuration info will be
> self-explanatory, but there's some more in the Codewarrior Help file. If
> you're new to CVS this is a good article
> Even if you won't use CVS from the command line there's a lot of good
> explanations about CVS terms in general that apply to mwCVS.