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Is there a way to get the TSVNStatus from a file without using the Tortoise Libraries?

From: Kln <florian.falk_at_gmx.de>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 08:27:39 -0700 (PDT)


i wrote a program that uses the command line to control Tortoise
commands like checkout, update... and so on.

I also mirrored the file-status tree-view of the windows explorer in
my program. Just a little bit easier. I just wanted to show the
statuses "unchanged" and "changed" and give the user the posibility to
use "update" and "commit" over my project interface.

Previously i used the exported interfaces of the libraries included in
the Tortoise Sourcecode(encapsulated in the class TSVNStatus). Now,
after Version 1.5.1 it doesn't works anymore(one of the dozens of
needed libraries does not work anymore. I get the error "At least one
required implicit or forwarded dependency was not found.").

I'm searching now for an easy possibility to ask an version
independent Tortoise Interface or even Tortoise over the command line
what status a file has. Does someone know if there is a way to do

Thanks in Advance, ;)


PS.: sorry for my english. I hope you understand what im trying to
tell you. ;D

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