[TxMt] Growl instead of tool tips

Eric O'Brien ericob at possibilityengine.com
Wed Mar 1 23:20:44 UTC 2006

As a partial fix:  in the subversion bundle you could change the  
"Output" setting for the command(s) you're interested in having stick  
around "Show as HTML."

On Mar 1, 2006, at 8:03 AM, Fred B. wrote:

> Hi,
> Is there any way to replace tool tip output with Growl[1] for the  
> svn bundle?
> Tool tips are the only "non-sticky" output, but they are so non- 
> sticky that I sometimes cant read them at all. If the cursor is not  
> at the right place (99% of the time as I use a tablet pen), this is  
> a real nightmare.
> I can't find a way to catch the output of the command, if I could  
> I'd send it to Growl thru growlnotify (Shell) or Ruby-Growl.
> So my questions are:
> 1) How can I catch the output of svn commands?
> 2) More generally, wouldn't it be nice to add Growl to the output  
> options? What do you think Allan?
> For those who don't know it:
> Growl is a central notification system for Mac OS X.
> It's free and released under BSD license.
> What is nice is that you can configure how notifications will look,  
> if they are sticky, etc. per applications. Applications can access  
> it through Cocoa and Carbon API or Applescript, Ruby, Perl, Java,  
> TCL, Python, Shell, etc.
> Here are some scrennshots[2] and the huge list of apps using Growl[3]
> [1]: http://growl.info/
> [2]: http://growl.info/screenshots.php
> [3]: http://growl.info/applications.php
> --
> FredB

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