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RE: RE: Automatic SVN Update?

From: Edward Harvey <eharvey_at_chilsemi.com>
Date: 2006-04-25 16:55:32 CEST

> > Does anyone know if it is possible to configure TortoiseSVN
> (or maybe
> > through creating a .bat file or even code a C executable) to tell
> > Tortoise to SVN Update specified directories with each startup?
> >
> > To get it to do that on startup would be easy (stick the
> bat/exe into
> > the windows start menu) but is there actually anyway to get
> Tortoise
> > to SVN Update without having to right-click and select the
> SVN Update command manually?
> You could simply run the standard svn command line client to
> do the update instead of launching TSVN.

There is an appendix C in the manual, that is called something like
"automating tortoisesvn." You should find the instructions there.
Also, I've been told, you can download the "standard" command-line
just-plain svn (not tortoisesvn) and it can work in the same directory
structure without clobbering tortoise.

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Received on Tue Apr 25 16:55:37 2006

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