Running a .bat or .sh from as custom action (e.g. the .bat file below) does not show in the SourceTree command output pop-up. Instead a Command Prompt window pops up showing the script. How do I get this output in the Sourcetree output window?
I've enabled the Show Full Output. Below is what the test bat script looks like. I expect the output to show "hi" and "by" but it just says <script name> Completed successfully.
Does anyone know why the output is not shown? Am I doing something wrong?
BTW Runnign sourcetree 188.8.131.52 on Windows 10 (x64) machine.
Now mine is also working. Same configuration as yours @Michael Minns
Not sure what I did different this time, it should be the exact same environment as earlier...
I asked this because I'm adding some custom actions :) in a git repo and want to show/log some stuff from shell files (ran on windows using the git bash) and script location as first argument.
Anyhoo, thanks for the test configuration.
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