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Feature request: Never create popups when called from command line

From: Bent Moeller <bmo_at_scapetechnologies.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2011 01:53:02 -0800 (PST)

I am running a batch script as a scheduled task in Windows, meaning that whatever GUIs should have been shown are not visible to the currently logged in user. Hence, if calling:

tortoiseproc /command:update /path:"SomeFolder" /closeonend:1

with an invalid folder name, the popup which shows the error will never be visible to anyone. Instead, the script is halted, waiting for the invisible popup to be closed.

Instead of this kind of behaviour, it would be desirable to be able to use some command line switch, making it possible to prevent all types of popups. Instead, all error messages should be sent to the standard output and an ERRORLEVEL above 0 should signal that there was an error.

Does this seem like a feature which might be included in a future version of TortoiseSVN?


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