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16-Jun-2012, 10:35 AM #1
Question QT Creator and Bazaar Version Control Commit Error..
Hello,

I'm new to version control and have been trying to setup a repo using Bazaar and the QT Creator IDE..

All the programmers are going to be on the Windows 7 OS, with the main repo being stored on a linux-hosted network shared drive.

Let me walk you through what I have done so far in case I am doing something incredibly stupid to cause this error :P :

1. Created a plain C++ project in QT, added "bazaar" to the version control from the drop-down list..

2. I then went Tools->Bazaar->Create Repo and selected the network drive where it creates the repo without any issues. My intention is this is going to be the main branch repo from which the other programmers on the network can access and checkout the project.

3. I then go Tools->Bazaar->add "main.c" to add my main class to the repo..

4. I then go Tools->Bazaar->Commit and after entering something in the descryption field I press "commit"..

I then however get the error "Cannot write file C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\qtcreator-bzr-ER2620.msg. Disk full?".

My two questions are A: Am I actually going about setting up version control correctly and B: how would I go about fixing this error?

Many Thanks

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17-Jun-2012, 06:44 PM #2
BUMP

Anyone?
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21-Jun-2012, 10:08 AM #3
Red face Sorry Doc...
I think the use of "C:" rather than "http:" is scaring people off

You'd probably get a bit more response on the Software Development boards, us Web Devs get a bit skittish when confronted with C++

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21-Jun-2012, 11:16 AM #4
Ok thanks, will re-post

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