On 10-11-2011 13:46, Andy Levy wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 07:39, Jan Keirse<jan.keirse_at_tvh.com> wrote:
>> 2011/11/10 Andy Levy<andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
>>> On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 04:22, woomla<woomla_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> I've developed a program that does a commit (amongst other things) with
>>>> "c:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe" /command:commit
>>>> /path:"e:\SVN\MyProject\" /notempfile
>>>> In version 1.7.1 with the new WorkingCopy construction, this command
>>>> not recursive into subdirectories anymore.
>>>> How can I achive this at the same easy way, without building a filelist?
>>> Why aren't you using the command-line client (svn.exe) for this? It's
>>> a more appropriate tool to use for this scenario.
>> How about: He's doing it from an application under windows and wants the
>> user to type the comments, confirm the commit, maybe even check if he does
>> really want to commit and cancel otherwise.
> All of which can be handled in the custom application he's written.
> Really, even using the command-line client isn't the best way to do
> this - there are client libraries like SharpSVN (.NET) or SVNKit
> (Java) which would be best for embedding Subversion connectivity in
> your own application.
Actually it is a plugin for the IDE I use. It's just a shortcut to do a
project or file commit/update/check for modifications or log action,
which is basically a one line shell command. TortoiseSVN is integrated
in the windows shell so myself and my team are used to TortoiseProc. I'm
not looking for a way to create another client.
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Received on 2011-11-10 23:42:26 CET