Re: TortoiseProc commit issue
> I'm using a script that gathers a bunch of file paths, and starts a
> TortoiseSVN commit dialog, so i can check the changes before
> commiting. In Tortoise 1.4.5 I used the follwing syntax:
> TortoiseProc.exe /command:commit /path:"a concatenation of files
> separated by *" /notempfile /logmsg:"msg"
> However, this does no longer works in the latest version (1.5.2). The
> commit dialog pops up briefly, but dissapears immediately. I did
> notice it might have something to do with the length, because it seems
> to break when I add too many files (this was not the case in 1.4.5).
> I also tried putting the file paths in a file and specifying /
> pathfile, but this only seems to work for the update dialog, the
> commit dialog appears briefly and than dissapears when i add more than
> one file (may be a newline issue? i tried all sorts of line endings,
> to no avail).
Please find an example of list of paths which don't work for you and
post that path string here. I need to reproduce this issue here.
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Received on 2008-08-08 16:41:46 CEST
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