Did a little bit more testing (after again reading the experiences made
I created an empty project, added some arbitray file (.txt and .php),
enabled SCM in the info pannel, closed XCode, then imported all of the
project into cvs by command line. Checked all out into a new folder by
command line. so far so good. Then opened the project in XCode. The
enable SCM check always dissapears, even if I reset it. None of the
files have the SCM tag in their info panel ...
Tried a little variation: instead of checking the newly created project
as a whole into cvs, I just checked out an existing project into the
XCode project and added all files check out. Same behaviour of the SCM
check in the info panel...
I just can't believe all this!
I use ssh to connect to a remote machine when doing cvs, this works
fine from the command line. I've had the appropriate plist file
created, so that applications should be able to use ssh for external
commands too (loggin out and back in).
I just don't know what else to do? Upgrade to the new XCode?
On 30 Apr 2004, at 17:21, j o a r wrote:
Getting started with using CVS in Xcode can be a bit tricky, but once
you're up and running - and are aware of the limitations of Xcodes SCM
functionality and implementation - it's usually pretty smooth sailing.
I wouldn't expect there to be any particular problems with using
source control for PHP files in Xcode, but I could be wrong.