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Re: Hijacking TortoiseProc: No need for plugins

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-03 18:42:24 CEST

J. Dunford wrote:
> I've been using TortoiseSVN for a while now, and I've always wanted to be
> able to add "plugins" in order to replace the checkout dialog with one of my
> own design.
> I finally figured out how to do this by "hijacking" TortoiseProc, that is to
> say I change the "ProcPath" registry setting to point to my own executable,
> and it then pops up its own checkout dialog if "/command:checkout" is found
> on the command line. If its not a checkout request, it delegates it to the
> original TortoiseProc.
> Questions I have for everyone:
> 1) Is this functionality documented anywhere ? In the past I looked all over
> for "plugins" and have closely monitored topics related to "hooks" but only
> came across this when I set about modifying the shell extension code.



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