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Re: Supress Windows and Prompts?

From: Greywolf <greywolf_at_starwolf.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2009 22:24:49 -0700 (PDT)

[Thus spake Sean Fitzgerald ("SF: ") 5:41pm...]

SF: I'm building a process that scripts out the DDL for my database objects,
SF: and then uses the Add command to update / add objects to my existing
SF: project.
SF:
SF:
SF:
SF: I need to be able to run the process from a command-line and suppress
SF: the windows and prompts, but do not see any option for doing this.
SF:
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SF:
SF: I'm currently using the following syntax:
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SF: TortoiseProc.exe /command:commit /path:"c:\database\AdventureWorks"
SF: /closeonend:1
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SF: Is there another parameter that I can pass to the command to suppress
SF: the windows and prompts? I am new to using Subversion and TortoiseVSN,
SF: so please bear with me ... maybe this is not the most efficient way to
SF: do this, and any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

You'd probably be best using svn directly instead of tortoiseproc;
svn is designed to be able to run without intervention if desired.

                                --*greywolf;

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