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Re: How to click "OK" button automatically when reverting files from command mode

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-05-17 10:32:31 CEST

On 18/05/07, kissingerChen <kchen@e5systems.com> wrote:
> I have installed TortoiseSVN at my machine, now I want reverting some files
> (or folders) from command mode. So I Use following command:
> TortoiseProc.exe /command:revert /path:"C:\test\testFolder" /notempfile
> /closeonend:3
> My question is: this command wills popup a window and then I have to click
> "OK" button manually.
> But I expect that I can click "OK" button automatically because I want to
> revert all the files in the folder.
> So can you guys help me to write the command? Which parameter should I add?
> I have googled and read help files, but I do not know.

If you do not want any user interaction, why are you using a GUI
program to do this? Install the subversion command line client, which
is much more suitable for non-interactive scripting.


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Received on Thu May 17 10:32:38 2007

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