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Re: Can't get pathfile to work when performing update command via TortoiseProc

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2012 14:32:49 +0200

On Fri, Jul 13, 2012 at 1:52 PM, Elshad Shadoobuccus
<elshad.shadoobuccus_at_exony.com> wrote:
> OK finally got it working, but it’s a pain if you’re on Windows:
> 1. Notepad++ change new file settings to UNIX and UCS2-Little Endian
> (this then makes new lines just LF and not CRLF
> 2. Then create file
> 3. Then use File Bom Detector tool to remove BOM
> Can’t this be much easier? Why does it have to have such a specific file
> format?

you want to call TSVN from another app, so why can't your app not
write that file?

If you want this as a shortcut, yes, it can be much easier. Provided
that you actually read the docs (which you've now shown several times
that you don't):

Since some of the commands can take a list of target paths (e.g.
committing several specific files) the /path parameter can take
several paths, separated by a * character.

so instead of:
tortoiseproc /command:update /pathfile:path/to/pathfile
you could write
tortoiseproc /command:update /path:"first/path*second/path*third/path"

Now before you ask any other question: please go and READ the docs.


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