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Re: Show unversioned files with TortoiseProc

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2009 20:49:31 +0100

On 09.12.2009 05:44, Steven Downing wrote:
> Is there a way to invoke "TortoiseProc /command:repostatus" such that
> the 'Show Unversioned files' checkbox is ticked?
> I'd like to write a small batch file that help some new Tortoise
> users not forget to add files to the repository. I know I can do it
> if I also get them to install the SVN command line client, was just
> hoping to do it with Tortoise since they will already have it
> installed.
> "TortoiseProc /command:repostatus" comes close, but the state of the
> shown unversioned files checkbox defaults back to whatever the user
> last set it to. My problem would be solved if I could invoke
> TortoiseProc and ensure that box was ticked...

There's no such command line parameter. While it is possible to add one,
I'm not sure how this would help you. If you're using a batch file, how
would you get the information back that there are unversioned files
shown in that dialog?


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