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Re: quiet-like behavior of TSVN

From: Stefan Hett <stefan_at_egosoft.com>
Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2011 12:50:40 +0200

Hi Felix,
>> is there a way to get TSVN to behave a bit more "quiet" if we call the
>> TortoiseProc.exe via the command line? Something like: Only display the
>> GUI, if there needs to be user-interactions (like in cases where there's
>> a conflict, which cannot be merged automatically)?
>> Reasoning:
>> We call TortoiseProc.exe in a batch-file on several folders to update
>> these. That pops up the GUI several times which is a bit
>> annoying/inconvenient for our user-base.
>> We chose to use TortoiseProc.exe instead of svn.exe, since we wanted to
>> be presented with a GUI in case of merge conflicts, and don't have to
>> work with the ASCII-command-line view of svn.exe.
>> I understand that the argument is that TSVN is a GUI-tool and hence it
>> "should" pop-up the window. But for our use-case it's really something
>> we'd like to improve for our user base. Is there any way to get that done?
> You could invoke TortoiseProc.exe with the command :repostatus after a
> merge has failed. More info here:
> <http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-automation.html>
Great, that sounds like a viable alternative for us. We'll give it a try.



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