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Re: svn archive (or lsdblog etc.)

From: Sindbad the Seafarer <sindbad.the.seafarer_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-09-07 13:29:52 CEST

Concerning Re: svn archive (or lsdblog etc.)
Max Bowsher wrote on 6 Sep 2003, 22:39, at least in part:

> Sindbad the Seafarer wrote:
> > Though not unfamiliar with the command line I did not know the
> > FOR command and its many options. Have you something more of
> > this kind in your hat? ;-) I am still looking for a way to redirect
> > svn output to a dialog window (or notepad) so I can set up an SVN
> > toolbar in the HTML editor and get e.g. status or log, but also add
> > or commit messages shown. So far I only get a black flash of the DOS
> > window. A batch file works in that the output is shown in notepad,
> > but due to a bug in Homesite all the toolbar buttons are replaced by
> > the CMD icon then, so zero usability.
> Could you create shortcuts to the batch files, and add them to the
> toolbar?

Shortcuts can be added (still override the toolbar button, but that
can be circumvented by setting the button.bmp as shortcut
symbol. However, the button won't work. Looks like I have to
become a programmer some day - I know that with CS-RCS this
works for I based my SVN toolbar on one for CS-RCS.

BTW with the Windows port of xarg the lsdblogs command work as
in the book (had to add Unix rm, too), zip also works smooth,
mv/move not, but who needs it with rm & zip?! Many thanks for
your help.

Jan Hendrik
> Max.

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