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Does TortoiseProc.exe /command:commit work??

From: Scott Prugh <sprugh_at_telution.com>
Date: 2006-02-15 18:34:38 CET

I am on TSVN 1.3.0 build 5416.

I am trying to automate a process from an external SCM to bring files
into SVN via TSVN.

I am automatically copying the files over to the working copy and then
trying to launch TSVN to do the commit by passing the directory of the
files that were copied over.

TortoiseProc.exe /command:commit /path:"D:\builds\trunk\myfiles"

I always get an access denied error. Even if I go to the command
prompt, I get the same thing.

If I use explorer I can click on this directory and commit fine. It
just seems that TortoiseProc.exe fails.

Any ideas to what I might be doing wrong here?

I can of course use the svn commit command, but I was hoping to leverage
TSVN here.


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