check in files to svn repository

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  • #54753
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    venkatesh SQL

    Hi, I am new to working with powershell & svn. I am writing a script to update svn, add files, commit changes, log the newly committed changes from my local working copy to svn repository. Let's say all the files in CS Project A folder should check-in to trunk\CS Project A and so on.

    CD C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\ START TortoiseProc.exe /command:update /path:"https://mytortoiseSVN/trunk" /command:add /path:"C:\SourceControl\MyFolderA\*.cs*C:\SourceControl\MyFolderB\*.cs" /command:commit /path:"C:\SourceControl\MyFolderA\*.cs*C:\SourceControl\MyFolderB\*.cs" /closeonend:0

    Please guide me.
    Thank you.

  • #55330
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    Don Jones

    Wow, didn't know people were still using SVN.

    Given that we are volunteers, and cannot write a complete script for you, is there a particular question that you would like to ask?

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