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Authored by: stetner on Dec 19, '03 05:54:50PM

Here is what I usually do:

1) fire up xcode, start a project add files etc.
2) quit xcode
3) import the code into CVS in the terminal
4) remove the directory (or rename it)
5) check out your code
6) fire up xcode and open the project in the new checked out directory and xcode will notice the CVS stuff.

After that you can add files to the repository, and do most other things through xcode. It just needs the first setup of CVS done outside itself.

Hope this helps.

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Authored by: tf23 on Dec 23, '03 10:30:02AM

Where there any special xcode binary filetypes that you had to add to your cvsrep?

I'm brand new to using Xcode (and OSX) but not new to CVS.


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Authored by: Telluride on May 12, '04 02:21:44PM

No...still doesnt work. Xcode just pretends like CVS doesnt exist for some reason.

I'm fairly sure its all setup correctly (i followed several different panther setup guides word for word)

ARGG this is frustrating. I can check in/out manually just fine, but XCode still has almost all the SCM options greyed out.

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