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Re: TortoiseMerge executed from commandline won't auto save to /Merged filename

From: sin <sinys15_at_yandex.ru>
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2013 09:22:18 -0700 (PDT)

Stefan Küng wrote
> small problem? And you sent three posts? How many do you send for real
> problems?

Sorry. I have already saved only one.

Stefan Küng wrote
> As for your "problem": that's by design. If you don't change anything, why
> would it ask to save anything? Why would it ask to save (save what
> exactly?) if you haven't changed anything but only *viewed* the conflict?

My target is make merged file. I have command /base:"$basefile"
/theirs:"$branchtip" /mine:"$usertip" /merged:"$resultfile"
I saw panel with merged file and think that everything's okay, I close the
window and mergedfile doesn't exists.
It is sorrowfully because I don't have mergedfile and don't have notice
about this.
I always forget to click on Save button (How other users of my application).
Necessity of appearance SaveDialog due to the fact that the mergedfile was
formed in the program, but will not saved.
If I want only to view the conflicts than on close window in SaveDialog I
can click "don't save merged".

Possible another design: preliminary getting merged file by additional
parameter command line (may be without show window).

By the way it will be great if TMerge will be one for x86 and x64 Windows,
if it possible of course.

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