Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 217875
cvs-import script is unable to create new modules
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:50 EST
Description of problem:
cvs-import.sh script is unable to create new modules
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.import a new package to fedora extras
if the module doesn't yet exist in cvs, the import will fail
import should create the new module before checking it out.
This is occuring because the cvs-import.sh script adds the name of the module
being imported to the modules file, and then immediately greps for the name of
the module in that file as s test to see if it needs to create the module in
cvs. Since we just added the name, this check will always erroneously decide
that the module already exists.
I haven't completely tested the attached patch yet, but I think something like
this should fix the issue
Created attachment 142484 [details]
patch to fix cvs-import script
No, it's not added to modules until after it sees it's not there already.
Adding new packages is working for everyone else, so I think you're hitting
something else. Please actually provide details of the failure you're seeing
and report them to the infrastructure ticketing system