You will need to get a CVS client (e.g. Tortoise CVS or the command-line client).  There are instructions on getting the repository under "CVS" in the left-side navigation bar at maxq.tigris.org.


  Oliver

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There are instructions on 
On 22/05/2007, at 23:55, jh wrote:

I have tortoiseSVN is it compatible with CVS? Not sure  how to go about downloading and running the CVS version, do I download everything?
 
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Oliver Bock
To: users@maxq.tigris.org
Sent: Friday, May 18, 2007 4:39 AM
Subject: Re: [maxq-users] python.path

python.path was commented in in maxq\conf\maxq.properties.
The notes in the file say to separate multiple directories. I assume that since directories can have a : in the name such as c:\python22 the directories must be quoted. So I tried quoting them and separating them with semicolons with and without qoutes.
 
The paths I added were:
 
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c:\python22
c:\maxq
 
After doing so I get the error message:
ImportError: no module named PyHttpTestCase
 
So tried adding c:\maxq\jython to no avail.

I think there's a bug in the handling of paths: a colon is hardcoded as the path separator instead of using a semicolon when running on Windows.  I've committed a fix, but I cannot test it at the moment since I don't have Windows where I am.  If you can use the CVS version, can you please tell me if it helps?


   Oliver


P.S. You should be using semicolons to separate paths and not using quotes.