CVS does not work at all

In 816 CVS shows "Unknown message" when I try to Commit or Update to/from CVS.
Ariadna 3.0.4 works fine. Whats wrong?
Maybe I miss something?

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Michael,

You need to give more information about your system. For instance,
what access method you were using in IDEA 3.0.4?

Tom

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Everything is quite simple:
In 3.0.4 I have added folder to project, set path to cvs.exe, add CVS root in VCS Project Properties page and everythig works fine (the folder I added was already checked out using WinCVS).
When I switched to Aurora-816 I've created new project, set VSC to CVS and added the same folder (I've been surprised it didn't ask me for CVS root or path to cvs.exe). After all, I can see "Unknown Error" in CVS->Error panel.
P.S. I'm using pserver protocol to access Linux-based cvs server.

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Michael, try Tools->Check Out Project.
Create configuration for your cvsroot (from some CVS/Root file).
Test connection. Did there any errors occur?
Can you browse the repository?

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"Michael Turilin" <jiveadmin@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Everything is quite simple:
In 3.0.4 I have added folder to project, set path to cvs.exe, add CVS

root in VCS Project Properties page and everythig works fine (the folder I
added was already checked out using WinCVS).

When I switched to Aurora-816 I've created new project, set VSC to CVS and

added the same folder (I've been surprised it didn't ask me for CVS root or
path to cvs.exe). After all, I can see "Unknown Error" in CVS->Error panel.

P.S. I'm using pserver protocol to access Linux-based cvs server.



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Hi Olga!

Thanx 4 your help. I've solved the problem. It was bad
.cvspass file. I've cleared it and everything start working.

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Olesya, this is the very thing that the bug I submitted talks about. The
Tools check out project to setup the cvsroots is very counter intuitive...
though it seems in Michael's case to have been a different issue. Also he's
using 3.0.4 :)


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"Olesya Smirnova" <lesya@intellij.com> wrote in message
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Michael, try Tools->Check Out Project.
Create configuration for your cvsroot (from some CVS/Root file).
Test connection. Did there any errors occur?
Can you browse the repository?

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Best regards,
Olesya Smirnova
JetBrains, Inc / IntelliJ Software
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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"Michael Turilin" <jiveadmin@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:6729835.1054023998987.JavaMail.jrun@is.intellij.net...

Everything is quite simple:
In 3.0.4 I have added folder to project, set path to cvs.exe, add CVS

root in VCS Project Properties page and everythig works fine (the folder I
added was already checked out using WinCVS).

When I switched to Aurora-816 I've created new project, set VSC to CVS

and

added the same folder (I've been surprised it didn't ask me for CVS root

or

path to cvs.exe). After all, I can see "Unknown Error" in CVS->Error

panel.

P.S. I'm using pserver protocol to access Linux-based cvs server.

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