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The CVS component provides the best CVS integration in the best IDE. Because the CVS plug-in includes a pure java client, the support works without requiring a command line client install on the users machine. The advantages of writing a custom java client is that we can implement features that wouldn't be possible using the command line client (e.g. browsing a remote repository, connection re-use). However, this comes with a disadvantage; we must keep up with CVS server revisions and ports, plus keep up with new features.
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Submitted by Anil Anapa on Thu, 2017-06-08 05:07
Facing this problem with latest CVS integration plugin and Oxygen
while updating or committing the changes.
An internal error occurred during: "Updating all changes in CVS (Workspace)".
Submitted by Beto Neto on Thu, 2017-06-29 13:23
I'm getting this too when I open the History view.
Submitted by Nicolas Bourdais on Wed, 2017-06-28 10:20
Uninstall Cvs integration from marketplace then install a more recent via http://download.eclipse.org/releases/oxygen update site and cvs history view will work.
Submitted by Anil Anapa on Mon, 2017-07-03 00:31
The page you've been posted doesn't have any link to download latest Oxygen version.
Submitted by Nicolas Bourdais on Wed, 2017-07-05 10:07
Hi, it's not a web site to download oxygen. It's an update site to install or update software within eclipse. Check Help/Install new software or Window/Preferences[available]
Submitted by Ilya Basin on Wed, 2016-12-07 09:01
Tested on Eclipse Luna (built-in) and Mars (installed from here)
I checked out a project from CVS using Cygwin cvs client:
$ cvs -d:pserver:user@host/path/to/cvs login
$ cvs -d:pserver:user@host/path/to/cvs co -kk MODULE_NAME
Then imported it to Eclipse and tried to update. It asked for password again, then failed:
The server reported an error while performing the "cvs update" command.
MODULE_NAME: protocol error: :pserver:user@host/path/to/cvs/MODULE_NAME is not absolute
I also tried the opposite and imported the project from CVS using Eclipse. Then tried to update it from command line.
$ cvs up
: no such repository
The last error is related to the fact that the file CVS/Root has CRLF line ending.
Please investigate the "is not absolute" error.
Please explain why is there an extra colon in CVS/Root that separates hostname ant path?
Is there any good reason to store CVS files with CRLF so only Eclipse understands them?
Submitted by Wayne Beaton on Thu, 2016-12-08 15:42
Does this help?
Submitted by Ilya Basin on Fri, 2016-12-09 03:54
Hi Wayne. Whoever marked the ticket as invalid was wrong: if cvs program works without colon, so should Eclipse. Are you the author? Is it right to ask here or should I use the Eclipse bugtracker?
Submitted by Wayne Beaton on Fri, 2016-12-09 11:28
I'm not the author. Engaging on the bug tracker is best way to have this resolved.
Submitted by Panimozhi Jothi on Mon, 2016-07-18 16:49
I couldn't find Select project right click -> Team -> Show History at folder level to know recent changes made in folder. Can anyone help me out to overcome the issue,
Submitted by Sunil Kamath on Sun, 2016-07-17 14:08
Installing this plugin breaks CVS completely.
Get the correct version from the Eclipse update site.
Submitted by Wayne Beaton on Wed, 2016-07-20 23:17
I've updated the entry.
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