On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 08:31, jerik <jerikmail_at_googlemail.com> wrote:
> On 20 Jan., 14:22, Andy Levy <andy.l..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 08:13, jerik <jerikm..._at_googlemail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > OS: Windows
>> > i wanted to make life easier and create a macro in word, which makes
>> > it possible to lock the word file which is currently open. The macro
>> > in word, calls:
>> > c:\path\TortoiseProc.exe /command:lock /path:"c:\path\file.doc"
>> > Full macro code:
>> > Sub svn_lock()
>> > ' In the Environment varibale svn_cmd is the path to
>> > TortoiseProc.exe stored!
>> > svn_cmd = Environ$("svn_cmd")
>> > svn_cmd_lock = svn_cmd & " /command:lock /path:" & Chr(34) &
>> > ActiveDocument.FullName & Chr(34)
>> > Call Shell(svn_cmd_lock)
>> > End Sub
>> > I receive the following error message (translated from german):
>> > An access violation has occured during the access of C:\path\file.doc
>> > What should I do to avoid the Error message and get the macro to
>> > work?
>> > If I use the same macro with the /command:log, it works perfectly. I
>> > think I have to free the document in a special way, but dont know
>> > how.
>> > btw: vba skills novice.
>> With the file open, run that same command at the command-line. Same result?
> Same result !
>> Then, install the Subversion command-line client and try using that
>> (the command-line client is meant to be scripted with no user
>> interaction, the TSVN command-line not so much).
> Currently not an option, cause I have no admin rights on the pc.
No, it's still an option. You can download the command-line tools as a
ZIP file and unpack to your home directory.
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Received on 2009-01-20 14:46:26 CET