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Re: Does TortoiseProc.exe /command:commit work??

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-15 18:47:15 CET

Scott Prugh wrote:
> 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.

Read the docs carefully:
you either need to write all paths you want to commit to a file and pass
that file, or append '/notempfile' to the command line. The path you
pass is otherwise treated as a file containing the paths to commit.


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