buildAgent ignores CVS module if name is in upper case

I'm just starting with TC again, and I'm having problems building a project.
It seems that TC is ignoring CVS directories mentioned in the modules file
if the directory is names in upper case.

Any idea why? How can I resolve this?

Cheers,

Bonny

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There is a problem if there is a module which is defined and is being
referenced not with the same name (cases differ). Please check this. And you
have to refere the module using the same string (in a 'case' meaning) as in
modules file.

Please submit bug request if it doesn't help (with "modules" file and the
problem module name).


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"Bonny Rais" <bonnyr@optushome.com.au> wrote in message
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I'm just starting with TC again, and I'm having problems building a
project.
It seems that TC is ignoring CVS directories mentioned in the modules file
if the directory is names in upper case.

>

Any idea why? How can I resolve this?

>

Cheers,

>

Bonny



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Olesya,

This seems to be related to the other post I've made - basically not all modules are checked
out of the repository, it's just that this happen to this particular module all the time.

IT really seems like a timing issue - either the agent is not able to check out the files in
some time period, or some part of the build is actually removing these modules.
Is there a logging setting I can turn on to watch this?

Cheers,


Bonny

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Bonny,

Modules file with reference to the module name will be enough for a start,
thanks!
BTW, do you use 'history supported' option on the cvs settings page?

--
Olesya Smirnova
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Bonny Rais" <bonnyr@optushome.com.au> wrote in message
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Olesya,

>

This seems to be related to the other post I've made - basically not all
modules are checked
out of the repository, it's just that this happen to this particular
module all the time.

>

IT really seems like a timing issue - either the agent is not able to
check out the files in
some time period, or some part of the build is actually removing these
modules.
Is there a logging setting I can turn on to watch this?

>

Cheers,

>
>

Bonny



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