Re: "TortoiseProc.exe /path:" doesn't understand relative paths (since 1.5.0?)
Kurt Pruenner wrote:
> floodway wrote:
>> When I use absolute path then it works fine, but with relative paths
>> working copy can be placed anywhere and any *.cmd file will work
> Use "%CD%" instead of "." in your batch file. That variable always
> resolves to the absolute path of the current directory...
> Relative paths don't work anymore because AFAIK SVN now changes the
> current directory to the directories it works in.
Since it was never documented that relative paths work, it was a pure
coincidence that it did in 1.4.
But since some people came to expect this from TortoiseProc, I've
committed a change to 1.5 which makes TortoiseProc work with relative
paths. It will be available in the next release (1.5.1). If you can't
wait, you can try a nightly build.
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Received on 2008-07-20 16:37:58 CEST
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