Re: Trying to use EditPadPro for my SVN_EDITOR
From: Josh Blair <josh.blair_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-21 15:44:06 CEST
You guys were right again. I contacted the developer of EditPad Pro for
Here is the reply from the developer:
EditPad Pro does not use a wrapper, but it does behave like one if there's
So Ryan, as you recommended, I created a simple batch script that calls the
Here is the content of the batch script which I named myeditor.cmd and saved
C:\Progra~1\JGsoft\EditPadPro6\EditPadPro.exe /newinstance "%*"
Hope this helps someone else, and thanks again for your assistance.
-- Josh Blair Golden, CO <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> On 6/4/07, Ryan Schmidt < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > On Jun 5, 2007, at 00:04, Josh Blair wrote: > > > I tried making EditPadPro.exe my SVN_EDITOR using the following > > command line set command on WinXP SP2: > > > > set /P SVN_EDITOR= > > C:\Progra~1\JGsoft\EditPadPro6\EditPadPro.exe > > > > but when I try to do a 'svn commit', the EditPadPro.exe editor > > pops up as expected and I save my comments, close the svn- > > commit.tmp file after adding my comments like this: > > > > =================== > > > > - added unnecessary comment to test the SVN_EDITOR environment > > variable being set to EditPadPro.exe > > - removed the .user file from source control > > --This line, and those below, will be ignored-- > > > > M Program.cs > > D HFXMLImporter.csproj.user > > > > =================== > > > > ...and the svn commit displays the following message: > > > > ================== > > > > C:\Projects\HFXMLImporter\HFXMLImporter>svn commit > > > > Log message unchanged or not specified > > a)bort, c)ontinue, e)dit > > > > If I set the SVN_EDITOR environment variable back to notepad.exe , > > everything works properly. > > > > Any ideas? Would it be the default encoding of EditPadPro or > > something like that? > > You'll have to ask the authors of EditPad Pro, but I suspect that the > parameters it accepts on the command line are not the same (or at > least not in the same order) that Subversion sends them, or maybe you > need to send some additional EditPad Pro-specific arguments. > > For comparison: to use TextWrangler as my editor on my Mac, I set > EDITOR=editor.sh and I wrote editor.sh as follows: > > #!/bin/sh > edit +1 --wait --resume "$@" > > The first line identifies this as a Bourne shell script. In the > second line, "edit" opens TextWrangler, "+1" tells it to select the > first line of the opened file, "--wait" tells the terminal to wait > until TextWrangler saves and closes the file before proceeding, "-- > resume" tells TextWrangler to switch back to the terminal when the > file is saved and closed, and "$@" passes along to TextWrangler all > the arguments passed to editor.sh, which would be the filename. Maybe > you need to make a similar wrapper script (but tailored to EditPad > Pro's needs, whatever those might be). > > > <email@example.com>Received on Thu Jun 21 15:44:48 2007
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