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Re: Getting the URL selected from the repo browser via TortoiseProc

From: Olivier Sannier <obones_at_free.fr>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2008 08:56:05 +0200

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Olivier Sannier wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Using TortoiseProc, I can show the repository browser to let a user
>> select a URL for a branch for instance. The command I use is as
>> follows :
>> tortoiseproc /command:repobrowser /path:"https://myserver/svn/trunk/"
>> However, I'm lost as to how to get the URL selected by the user and
>> if the user clicked Ok or closed the dialog.
>> TortoiseSVN itself is capable of doing so, but is there a way for us,
>> users of TortoiseProc to get that information back?
>> If yes, how?
>> Using a third parameter? Attaching a console and reading from it?
>> Reading from a temporary file?
> This is not possible (yet?). There's no way to get something back from
> TortoiseProc right now.
> Stefan
Ah, too bad.
Is there a place where I could add this as a feature request?


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