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On Thu, 8 May 2003 18:02:20 +0200, "Hartmut Honisch" <hartmut_honisch at web.de> wrote: >Hi everybody, > >when using TortoiseCVS, cvs command lines sometimes become longer than >Windows permits (4k on NT, 256 bytes on 9x). Is there an alternative way of >passing commands to cvs, e.g. make cvs read them from a file? If not, Tony, >what's you opinion about adding such a feature? > It's not really practical - cvs relies on correct argc/argv parameters passed to main(). There should be no reason for a command line to get that large at all... You'd have to individually select thousands of files to do that. Tortoise has never done such a thing for me - it always correctly passes the module/directory names. Tony