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Re: How to use /endrev as a parameter for the :blame command

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2011-05-06 08:02:02 PDT
Message On 06.05.2011 13:52, Allan Kim Eriksen wrote:
> Hi there.
>
> I have been using TortoiseProc.exe with the :blame command for a
> while without problems. But now I want to skip the dialog asking for
> the blame range and just add the hole range as options for the
> commandline.
>
> TortoiseProc.exe :blame /startrev:1 /endrev:HEAD (...)
>
> However it seems that it does not work this way. TortoiseProc.exe
> :blame /startrev:1 /endrev: (...) TortoiseProc.exe :blame /startrev:1
> /endrev:0 (...) does not work either.
>
> What am I doing wrong here?

Tortoiseproc.exe /command:blame /startrev:1 /endrev:-1
works just fine. You forgot the "/command" part in your examples above.

Stefan

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How to use /endrev as a parameter for the :blame command

Author softallan
Full name Allan Kim Eriksen
Date 2011-05-06 04:52:59 PDT
Message Hi there.

I have been using TortoiseProc.exe with the :blame command for a while without problems. But now I want to skip the dialog asking for the blame range and just add the hole range as options for the commandline.

TortoiseProc.exe :blame /startrev:1 /endrev:HEAD (...)

However it seems that it does not work this way.
TortoiseProc.exe :blame /startrev:1 /endrev: (...)
TortoiseProc.exe :blame /startrev:1 /endrev:0 (...)
does not work either.

What am I doing wrong here?
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