Peter McNab wrote:
> Kevin Radke wrote:
>> Stefan Küng wrote:
>>> the-moog wrote:
>>>> I have been tasked with migrating/interoperating from MKS to SVN, this
>>>> process will take some time, even years.
>>>> There is no way to integrate both applications fully, so one way round
>>>> it is to invent SVNLinks (see my other post)
>>>> I have written a rather complicated batch file that allows a link to
>>>> be placed, such that clicking the link checks out the contents of that
>>>> link to the current folder.
>>>> But at the moment, the tsvn: links check out only the HEAD. I have
>>>> made the batch file understand a bookmark in the link file (a standard
>>>> windows url file) but it would be nice if TSVN did this itself as it
>>>> would be useful to others.
>>>> e.g. Click this link to use TSVN to check out lastest stable version
>>> Why don't you create a tag for the latest stable version?
>>>> 1: It returns 0 as an errorlevel, even when there is an error, it
>>>> should return the same as svn
>>> Sorry, TSVN is *not* a command line utility and can't return proper
>>> return values.
>> Values return from main() or the win32 API call ExitProcess() are
>> returned correctly when a win32 GUI application is called from the
>> command line. (Lower 8 bits is all that is used.) At the very
>> least success/failure - 0/1 should be doable.
> I can confirm making use of ExitProcess in a non "Console" app but that
> was in a Delphi compiled app many years ago.
To do it "right", in the TortoiseSVN sense, it would require 2 separate
executables. Windows does have the annoying problem that a "GUI"
app is launched asynchronously, and a "console" app will always
flash a console box. To workaround this, one could make the
current TortoiseProc.exe a console application, but actually
launch it from explorer with a wrapper to suppress the console
box. Or one would need to build a wrapper around TortoiseProc.exe
to "do the right thing" and get synchronous behavior when launched
from the command line.
Both of these options are a little hacky, and I doubt the
developers would really want to support them.
I guess what would be coolest would be to create a project
to include TortoiseSVN like prompt dialogs, but with the
command line svn syntax. Sorta like a hybrid.
If there was enough interest in others supporting a
command line based TortoiseSVN.exe executable, would the
devs be willing to include it with TortoiseSVN?
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Received on 2008-09-10 03:56:26 CEST