That would explain it, was about to ask what shell you were using. one
of the first things I did was change my shell to bash, tcsh is great I
am sure, but I have been using bash for some time and I like it.
On Friday, February 21, 2003, at 08:32 AM, Erick van Rijk wrote:
I found it with some help, THX Alex
I was using tcsh, so it was setenv CSH_RCH=ssh
On vrijdag, feb 21, 2003, at 14:33 Europe/Amsterdam, Erick van Rijk
According to the SF docs when you get your project approved SF will
create a cvs repository for you.
To import your source files you need to create an SSH ext to SF.
client.c client.h LICENSE Makefile README server.c server.h
$ export CVS_RSH=ssh
$ cvs -d:ext:email@hidden:/cvsroot/myproject import
-m "Initial import." modulename vendor start
No conflicts created by this import
Only thing is that "my" OSX doesn't respond to export CVS_RSH=ssh.
What other way is there to get your sources to the SF CVS?