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Automatic updates

From: Geert van Horrik <geert_at_catenalogic.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2008 06:57:24 +0200

I am using TortoiseSVN and it works great! There is only one thing that bothers me. When I install the newest version, sooner or later a new version will come out popping up a message every time I use Tortoise SVN that a new version is available. At the moment I use Tortoise SVN, I am working (so I don't have time to upgrade to a new version by navigating to the website, downloading, installing, etc). When I don't use Tortoise SVN, I always forget to upgrade...

Why don't you use an automatic updater to update to the newest version. The user can simply click "Yes, just do it!" and while the user can continue the development, the new version gets installed.

Here is a (for non-commercial use) free one:


It would be very helpful to me so I don't have to manually perform the download & install steps every time.

Best regards,
Geert van Horrik
Received on 2008-09-16 06:57:36 CEST

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