Re: Problems with CVS in eclipse
Saturday, September 10, 2005 04:16 PM
When you commit to the CVS repository, using the Team support in Eclipse, any other local workspaces with copies of the same CVS module must do "cvs update" afterwards, in order to pick up your changes.
I presume that's what you mean? you are connecting either via a "pserver" or remote "ssh"/"rsh" from your Eclipse CVS Team perspective, to a CVS pserver or to a remote host ssh where the CVS repository is locally kept.
If you are not getting error messages, then this is succeeding.
Then are you saying that there is another "server" where there is another checked-out copy in a local workspace there, of the same CVS module?
If so, someone has to do the corresponding "cvs update" on that machine in that workspace directory, in order for it to pick up the changes that you committed to the repository.