[cvsnt] Copying committed files via cmd.exe

ERNST KUSCHKE ernstkus at sasa.org.za
Tue Jun 24 11:43:26 BST 2003

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I need to copy a file to a dummy directory as soon as it's committed.
IOW, I need cmd.exe to do the following:

   cmd.exe /c copy sourcePath target

How would I do this in loginfo?

I tried:

   ALL ""C:/WINNT/System32/cmd.exe /c copy" "[HardcodedPath]%{s}" "[HardcodedTarget]""

Doesn't work. How could I do this? It's obviously a fairly simlpe solution...:)


Ernst Kuschke

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South African Sugar Association

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