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Re: Use TortoiseProc to select revision from log

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2010 17:22:40 +0200

On 29.10.2010 14:29, Nikolay Osinin wrote:
> How can I use TortoiseProc.exe to select revision (or revisions) and pass it to the caller?
> It would be useful in batch files or in other automation tasks.
> So I imagine this process something like this:
> 1. Batch file call the TortoiseProc.exe with "log" command and new additional parameter "outPathFilename" where revision numbers will be saved.
> 2. User select revision or revisions range and click Ok.
> 3. Selected revisions stored in file located "outPathFilename".
> 4. Batch file read "outPathFilename" and use its own way.

I've created an issue for this:


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