Running script via custom action on Source Tree Windows

I didn't get it on working

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the Script file works correct when i start it over the Windows command promt.

Oli

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I am guessing the problem here is that .sh files are not directly supported by Windows (.bat files are).

When you run that from the command line, is that a standard command line window, or one that's running cygwin? Try putting a specific command to run the file in front of it, like "sh start_project.sh ...".

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Cool thanks it works i changed my "Custom Action" into

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and now it works...

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Is it possible that the script is doing what it is supposed to, but returning some sort of error code that you can't see when executing directly from the command line?

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No the Script isn't doing anything. Is seems to be that sc scripts doesn't work with Source tree for Windows or I'am doing something fundamentally wrong. So I also tried other scripts and got the same result.

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I can launch .sh scripts by using the full path in a bat file. So the work around for me was a bat file like this

C:\<Pathtoyourscripit>\PruneTags.sh

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