Guillaume Blanchard wrote:
I asked to get access to the sourceforge Wikipedia
I seem to be added to developers list, but I still unable to "submit"
I'm running under WindowsXP (I don't have
choice) and I'm using WinCVS.
I followed step by step the tutorial "how connect to CVS base with
- Install softwares (PuTTY & WinCVS)
- Create and submit SSH key
- Configure WinCVS
I can connect and checkout the hole project, but when I modify a file
(LanguageJa.php) and try to submit it, I get this error message : "cvs
[server aborted]: "commit" requires write access to the repository".
What wrong ?
Have I right to sbumit files ?
Hm, you're listed in the project members list so I think you should be
okay. (Side note: a Mike Dill is listed as project manager. Who is he?)
If you checked the files out anonymously, you may have to check
everything out again with your username in a new working directory.
I'm afraid I can't give any WinCVS-specific advice; on my Windows 2000
box, I use Cygwin (http://www.cygwin.com/
) to give myself a comfy
Unix-like environment, and use the command-line CVS client that you can
install with that.
(Hopefully this message will make it; I'm having terrible SMTP problems
-- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com