TortoiseSVN Update and Commit Windows Batch Files


I was getting annoyed with having to use Win shell extensions to update and commit, assuming the standard install path for Tortoise, the following two snippets saved as .bat files, can be added to startup / shutdown or just used as shortcuts to make the process a bit quicker.

Commit:

Update:

References:

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2 Responses to TortoiseSVN Update and Commit Windows Batch Files

  1. Barry says:

    Conflict handling? Conflict notification?

    :¬)

    • These commands just open the dialogues allowing you to deal with any conflicts interactively and review files which have been updated. There are arguments which can be added to force close where no errors occur, however I always prefer to review which files have been updated / committed.

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