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RE: Re: Feature / Bug - File lock icon, checking for modifications

From: Edward Harvey <eharvey_at_chilsemi.com>
Date: 2006-04-24 23:24:14 CEST

> > Perhaps I missed something. The document I looked at was
> Appendix C.
> > Automating TortoiseSVN
> > It says to use something like this:
> > TortoiseProc.exe /command:update /path:"c:\svn_wc\" /notempfile
> > /closeonend
> You really should update your client. The current release
> docs
> http://tortoisesvn.sourceforge.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en
> /apc.html
> clearly state that you have to append a number to /closeonend.

I am already running the most recent client, and I already read the
details of that document. But thank you for repeating it here. I was
able to successfully run that tortoiseproc command yesterday before I
posted here. It worked correctly, but not as I wanted. I was looking
for a way to automate tortoisesvn silently.

> TSVN isn't really suited for silent tasks. It's an UI client
> after all.
> If you want to do something completely silent, use the
> command line client.

I will happily use the command-line subversion instead of tortoisesvn to
perform silent tasks, as long as it is able to communicate to
tortoisesvn (or explorer as appropriate) that the results of the silent
task indicate a file has been remotely modified or locked, and therefore
the icon overlay should now be different.

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Received on Mon Apr 24 23:24:10 2006

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