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

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2013 20:40:34 +0200

On 27.06.2013 18:22, sin wrote:
> 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).

Pass /saverequired on the command line to force the save dialog to show up.


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