Re: createpatch via commandline
On 25.02.2013 15:32, Jeff Hedlund wrote:
>> On 22.02.2013 17:48, Jeff Hedlund wrote:
>>>> On 22.02.2013 15:37, Jeff Hedlund wrote:
>>>>> I still want to use TortoiseSVN as part of the process, to be
>>>>> able to choose which files to patch for example, but I don't need
>>>>> to see the file "save as" dialog - I can automate the name of the
>>>>> file and save to a temporary directory, automatically upload to
>>>>> our issue tracker with proper flags, etc.
>>>>> So I am looking for an /outfile parameter to the
>>>>> /command:createpatch that would auto-save the resulting patch
>>>> svn diff path/to/file path/to/file2 > patchfile.txt
>>> Yes, but that doesn't give the TortoiseSVN UI of selecting the files
>>> to include in the patch (see previous post).
>>> In our workflow, we create the patch using TortoiseSVN Create Patch
>>> then selecting the appropriate files via checkboxes and also many
>>> times take the opportunity to review the changes in the TortoiseSVN
>>> UI before creating the patch.
>> pass /savepath:"path/to/file/to/save" on the command line to skip the
>> save-as dialog.
> That is great, just what I was looking for, thanks!
> Does there happen to be a command line option to not open the patch after creating it?
No, but I'll add one.
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