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Re: Suggestion: "Show Commandline" button

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2010-05-23 13:58:13 PDT
Message On 23.05.2010 22:20, Thomas Schittli wrote:
> Thank you, Stefan, for your fast answer!
>
> I enabled Debug and it's almost what I mean:
>
> Debug
> shows the commandline on startup of TortoiseProc.exe.
>
> I mean
> that I click around in the GUI and just before I
> execute a command, I can get the command which will
> be executed if I press OK.

Something like this will never ever get implemented.
It would only clutter the UI for everyone, but only be useful for maybe
0.00001% of all users.

Stefan

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Re: Suggestion: "Show Commandline" button

Author simonlarge
Full name Simon Large
Date 2010-05-23 13:50:16 PDT
Message On 23 May 2010 21:20, Thomas Schittli <schittli at gmx dot ch> wrote:
> Thank you, Stefan, for your fast answer!
>
> I enabled Debug and it's almost what I mean:
>
> Debug
> shows the commandline on startup of TortoiseProc.exe.
>
> I mean
> that I click around in the GUI and just before I
> execute a command, I can get the command which will
> be executed if I press OK.

What do you mean? If you are in the GUI then TortoiseProc is already
executing. It doesn't start another instance when you click on OK.

Simon

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Re: Suggestion: "Show Commandline" button

Author schittli
Full name Thomas Schittli
Date 2010-05-23 13:20:11 PDT
Message Thank you, Stefan, for your fast answer!

I enabled Debug and it's almost what I mean:

Debug
shows the commandline on startup of TortoiseProc.exe.

I mean
that I click around in the GUI and just before I
execute a command, I can get the command which will
be executed if I press OK.

Kind regards, Thomas

Re: Suggestion: "Show Commandline" button

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2010-05-23 12:54:36 PDT
Message On 23.05.2010 21:40, Thomas Schittli wrote:
> Good evening
>
> Thanks a lot for this great Tool!, I couldn't imagine
> how to write professional Software for Non-Profit-Organisation without it.
>
> I have a small suggestion:
> TortoiseSVN offers a command line interface and it would be useful if everywhere in the GUI where one
> also could use a command line, the TortoiseSVN-
> dialogue offers a button "show command" - which
> shows the command which is executed if one press
> the Dialogue OK button.

Create the registry key
HKCU\Software\TortoiseSVN\Debug
as a DWORD. The set the value to 1.

Stefan

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Suggestion: "Show Commandline" button

Author schittli
Full name Thomas Schittli
Date 2010-05-23 12:40:32 PDT
Message Good evening

Thanks a lot for this great Tool!, I couldn't imagine
how to write professional Software for Non-Profit-Organisation without it.

I have a small suggestion:
TortoiseSVN offers a command line interface and it would be useful if everywhere in the GUI where one
also could use a command line, the TortoiseSVN-
dialogue offers a button "show command" - which
shows the command which is executed if one press
the Dialogue OK button.

Kind regards, Thomas
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