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Re: Problems with Batch files to automatically update local copies of repos...

From: Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-07-24 23:03:49 CEST


Andy Maurer wrote:

> Hi. I set up Windows Batch files to run an update command on
> different repositories that we're using. I then run the batch
> files through Scheduled Tasks to have the update happen at 4am
> when no one's at work. It seems to work fine in most cases, but
>I'm running into two specific problems:
> For one of the repositories (the largest one I work with, if it
> matters), the update process always skips.

Since you are on the TSVN list, I assume you use TortoiseProc
in you batch file?
TortoiseProc is not intended to be used for scheduled tasks -
it's primarily a GUI tool that may want to interact with the
user. Use the Subversion command line client instead.

If you already use the command line client, try to redirect
svn's output to a file ("svn ... > batch.log 2>&1"). The log
file might tell you what's going wrong.

Kind regards


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Received on Mon Jul 24 23:03:53 2006

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