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Re: Can svn commands set DOS ERRORLEVEL?

From: Darko Miletic <darko_at_uvcms.com>
Date: 2005-11-30 22:37:17 CET

x nooby wrote:
> I was looking for a way to test if a file was under
> Subversion's control, and have that test set the DOS
> ERRORLEVEL. I was trying these commands:
> svn info filename.txt

The problem with subversion client is that it does not return error
code. You only have two codes returned. If operation was performed
without errors you will get 0, otherwise you will get 1.

BTW I was using %errorlevel% in my scripts and it was working fine.


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