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Re: Using Tortoise SVN export command line

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2015 19:28:36 +0100

On 28.10.2015 17:35, Kim, Taehoon (6068736) wrote:
> Dear Tortoise team,
>
> I am hoping to use something like this:
>
> TortoiseProc /command:exrpot /url:$url /path:$path /closeonend:1
> /notempfile
>
> But I cannot specify the path… I can write with just URL but then I have
> to manually type in the $path…
>
> I read on forum that I can use
>
> TortoiseProc /command:checkout /url:$url
> /path:"C:\Users\taehoon.kim\Downloads\Testing\Resources" /closeonend:1
> /notempfile
>
> But if I use this, I get the svn hidden file, which I do not want…
>
> Is there a way to export in command line and specify the path?

Why don't you just use the command line client instead if you don't want
any UI? TSVN is an UI client after all:

svn export url path

Or, use the cat command:
Tortoiseproc /command:cat /path:$url /savepath:$path

Stefan

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