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Re: TortoiseMerge executed from commandline won't auto save to /Merged filename

From: Bas Schouten <Bas_at_sg-partners.nl>
Date: 2007-09-10 09:43:18 CEST

I'v worked around the problem with a batchfile, that creates an empty
resultfile if its not already there, so its not an immediate problem
Stefan, the problem still exists in the lastest nightly x64 build
I can reproduce it the following way.
Create three text files in c:\temp
Each slightly different from the others
the execute Merge from the command line with the following command:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseMerge.exe"
/base:"c:\temp\v1.txt" /theirs:"c:\temp\v2.txt" /mine:"c:\temp\v3.txt"
It starts Merge, and shows the Merged.txt as a result file in the lower
pane, with a (not found) behind it.
Now click on save, or close the application ... it should (im my
opinion) save the result file as c:\temp\merged.txt but
it opens a SaveAs dialog asking me for a filename (which i already
provided on the commandline).
Maybye i suold post this on the developers list, and not here

Received on Mon Sep 10 09:39:50 2007

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