Problem with vsscheckin task

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Problem with vsscheckin task

Wilson, Brian
Howdy,

I'm using the latest release versions of NAnt and NAnt Contrib (0.92) on a 64 bit Windows 7 box. I am using the files from Issue 54 (https://github.com/rmboggs/nant/downloads). I created the scripts on a 32 bit XP machine, which has since bit the dust.

I am using it to do some things in Visual SourceSafe and perform a build. The vssget, vsscheckout, and vssadd tasks all seem to be working fine, but vsscheckin only checks in a few files and stops. The task does not throw an error, in fact, it states it completed successfully. I have been banging my head on the wall with this and can't figure this out.

We are phasing out XP, so getting a new XP machine is out of the question.

Any suggestions would be good.

Thank you,

Brian Wilson
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Re: Problem with vsscheckin task

Bob Archer
> I'm using the latest release versions of NAnt and NAnt Contrib (0.92) on a 64
> bit Windows 7 box. I am using the files from Issue 54
> (https://github.com/rmboggs/nant/downloads). I created the scripts on a 32
> bit XP machine, which has since bit the dust.
>
> I am using it to do some things in Visual SourceSafe and perform a build. The
> vssget, vsscheckout, and vssadd tasks all seem to be working fine, but
> vsscheckin only checks in a few files and stops. The task does not throw an
> error, in fact, it states it completed successfully. I have been banging my
> head on the wall with this and can't figure this out.
>
> We are phasing out XP, so getting a new XP machine is out of the question.
>
> Any suggestions would be good.

I suggest using the exec task to execute the native vss command line tools.

BOb


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