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From: Glenn Carr <GCarr_at_ConnectShip.com>
Date: 2007-01-15 17:40:01 CET

About 50% the time I use the command-line svn client (svn.exe) instead of TortoiseSVN, but about 50% of the time I use svn.exe, I get annoyed with its output or usage (svn commit, svn update, svn log, svn status, etc.) and wish I were using Tortoise, but get annoyed that I have to remove my hands from the keyboard.

Here's a little command file that will invoke TortoiseSVN from the command line with minimal changes to what I used to type with svn.exe.

tsvn <command> [some directory or file]

    tsvn log
    tsvn commit
    tsvn status

It uses the current directory if no parameters are given.


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