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Powershell, SVN Log, and Encodings

To automate packaging changes for our system, we use Powershell in conjunction with the default SVN client to extract relevant commits and then export all files therein to a package directory. After upgrading from SVN 1.6.12 to 1.8.1, however, I … Continue reading

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How to install JDK from PowerShell silently

A couple of days ago, I have fought long and hard battle against JDK (Java Developer Kit) installation packages. The goal was to deploy the JDK offline to a custom path on a Windows (XP + 7) system using a … Continue reading

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How to wait for a remote process in PowerShell

A short one today. I’ve been scripting in PowerShell (v1) recently, and had enormous trouble working on remote PCs (the full remoting functionality has not been enabled in our environment yet, so things like Enter-PSSession don’t work). One thing that … Continue reading

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