[1574] CVS checkout problems using TC agent

I've got a project setup which is using CVS for version control. The project repository
is defined as a module in the CVS modules file using the following directive:


where app_name is a directory in the repository consisting of all the application
specific modules and the util and thirdparty aliases are references to other
directories in the repository for some common stuff used by more applications;
pretty standard cvs practice.

When checking out for the first time, instead of getting the following structure


I get


Which is different (and wrong in my opinion) to both the command line client I use:
cvsnt 2.0.51d (bundled with WinCVS) and IDEA's behaviour when performing the
checkout using these tools. The server is version 1.11.2 running on a RHES3 box

What gives? Why does the TC agent or the library used by TC itself do this?

Cheers,

Bonny

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Seems to be a bug. Please submit bug request to jira.

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"Bonny Rais" <bonnyr@optushome.com.au> wrote in message
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I've got a project setup which is using CVS for version control. The
project repository
is defined as a module in the CVS modules file using the following
directive:

>

>

where app_name is a directory in the repository consisting of all the
application
specific modules and the util and thirdparty aliases are references to
other
directories in the repository for some common stuff used by more
applications;
pretty standard cvs practice.

>

When checking out for the first time, instead of getting the following
structure

 app_name
>  + mod1
>  + mod2
>  + ...
>  + util
>      + ...
>  + thirdparty
>       +...
> ]]>

>

I get

 app_name
>  + mod1
>  + mod2
>  + ...
> util
> + ...
> thirdparty
>  +...
> ]]>

>

Which is different (and wrong in my opinion) to both the command line
client I use:
cvsnt 2.0.51d (bundled with WinCVS) and IDEA's behaviour when performing
the
checkout using these tools. The server is version 1.11.2 running on a
RHES3 box

>

What gives? Why does the TC agent or the library used by TC itself do
this?

>

Cheers,

>

Bonny



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Done,

Jira issue TW-779

Cheers,

Bonny

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