Posts Tagged ‘command line’


 

PowerShell Studio 2012 with GIT, Subversion and Mercurial Oh, my!

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 by David Corrales
Similar to PrimalScript 2012, we received requests to add support for GIT, Mercurial, and Subversion in PowerShell Studio 2012. The difficulty of supporting all these various source control solutions is that they all have different APIs and change over time. The varying nature of these tools could potentially make the integration outdated fairly quickly. One thing in common all the source controls solutions previously mentioned have is command line tools. We’ve used this common factor to resolve the problem. Our solution to the problem is the new custom tool menu: The custom tool menu allows you to customize and execute…   More »

Using GIT, Subversion and Mercurial with PrimalScript 2012

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 by Alex Riedel
For quite some time we have been asked to add support for the aforementioned version control systems to PrimalScript. But every time we looked into it, the API changed or the preferred system du jour changed. We didn’t want to add support for too many API’s that get potentially outdated fast. But most importantly, many folks we asked indicated that they use more than one system. GIT for their own files, Mercurial for customer A and Subversion for customer B. Even worse, some clients seem to insist that some homegrown system is used that either has no API or is…   More »

ChangeVue to get traditional command-line interface

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009 by Ferdinand Rios
ChangeVue 2009, SAPIEN Technologies’ source control system, is about to get yet another new way to manage its content: a traditional command line interface! Soon you will be able to manage your existing ChangeVue repositories directly through the CMD.exe console or through traditional batch files. The command line executable, CVC.exe, will be automatically installed when you install ChangeVue. By calling that executable, you will have instant access to over 20 ChangeVue commands. With this executable you can perform all manner of ChangeVue tasks such as: add and remove projects add and remove files check files in and out get comments and…   More »

Running command-line tools

Friday, February 15th, 2008 by SAPIEN Technologies
These examples show how to run command-line tools from within a VBScript, capturing the tool's output. ' ' ScriptingAnswers.com Essentials - by Don Jones ' ' Run cmdline tools ' This shows how to launch a command-line ' tool and retrieve its output into a string variable ' to then do something with it. For example, you might ' use the InStr() function to determine if a specific ' string exists in the command's output. ' The trick is to use the WshShell object's Exec, not Run, method Dim objShell, objExec Set objShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") 'run the command-line command -…   More »

Registry queries the easy way

Thursday, February 7th, 2008 by Jeffery Hicks
Another topic that I’ve seen resurface in the forums I frequent is reading remote registries. If you know exactly what you’re looking for it doesn’t get any easier than using REG.EXE from the command line. Here’s how to use it and a batch file ready for you to use.   More »