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some way to trap TSVN dialogs?

From: Sindbad the Seafarer <sindbad.the.seafarer_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-08-30 13:02:16 CEST

Hi all out there!

I am trying to set up an SVN toolbar in Homesite. This works as
long as there is no output requested (e.g. add, update, delete,
revert, resolved, commit). However, with status or log there is just a
black flash of the DOS screen.

All attempts to redirect output to lister or notepad failed.
XelaRellum of RapidSVN suggested writing a Python script (what is
beyond my capabilities). But it reminded me using a batch file
instead of piping in the command line. It is not very elegant, but it
works - but only if called from the command line!

If I implement the batch file in the toolbar it does not do anything
until I remove its toolbar button. But then all buttons become the
plain DOS app button very much limiting usability of the bar. So at
least in this regard the batchfile for the toolbar is dead.

In another train of thought I pondered if there is a possibility to trap
TSVN dialogs for this purpose. Some call like TortoiseSVN.dll -log
%CURRENT FILE% or explorer.exe /Tortoisesvn.dll -status (just
guessing, have no idea how this is implemented at all).

I put a similar question up on SVN user list recently, but got no

If there is no way then I drop it, it is not that important, would just
be fine and putting the ice on the cake of the toolbar (other
Homesite users may think differently, but that's not my problem at
this stage). And by any means this should not be an excusion for
you, Stefan, to not get the hoover out of the locker or - that's even
better - to get out and take a breath of fresh air!

TIA - Jan Hendrik
Freedom quote:

     We who live in free market societies believe
     that growth, prosperity and ultimately human fulfillment,
     are created from the bottom up, not the government down.
     Only when the human spirit is allowed to invent and create,
     only when individuals are given a personal stake
     in deciding economic policies and benefiting from their success --
     only then can societies remain economically alive, dynamic,
     progressive, and free. Trust the people.
     This is the one irrefutable lesson of the entire postwar period
     contradicting the notion that rigid government controls
     are essential to economic development.
                -- Ronald Reagan, September 29, 1981

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