Thank you very much.
Good idea indeed to use the non-standalone mode for that.
> Author steveking
> Full name Stefan Küng
> Date 2014-05-21 13:26:36 PDT
> Done in r25510.
On Wed, May 21, 2014 at 1:51 PM, ScDevTools ScDevTools <scdevtools_at_gmail.com
> I am a professional developer who is using TortoiseSVN and SVN for day to
> day work.
> One of the software tools I am currently developing interacts with SVN. It
> sometime needs the user to browse a repository for selecting a file. The
> TSVN repository browser is perfect for that (taking into account that
> TortoiseProc.exe can receive /outfile:, /path: and /rev: arguments).
> One of the feature that is however missing, is for the user to be able to
> cancel the dialog.
> The idea I have would to be to have a cancel button on the dialog box,
> - appears only when the /outfile: argument is passed to TortoiseProc (in
> order not to confuse standard repository browser usages).
> - generates an empty result file if the dialog is cancelled in any way
> (instead of a file populated with the selected URL and version couple, when
> the dialog is validated with OK). This is the solution I found, as I read
> somewhere that it is not possible to pass some kind of status through the
> exit code of the TortoiseProc process.
> I hope you will be interested in my idea.
> Best regards and thanks for this great tool!
> B. NICOLLE
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Received on 2014-05-26 17:02:01 CEST