I use subversion on all the applications I work on, which comes out to be about 41 different trunks. I wrote a VBS that checks my network adapters' ip addresses to see if I'm on one of my company's ips, and if I'm not to automatically VPN me in, checks my repositories, updates all of them, checks out any new applications that I don't have, and writes out a log that auto truncates anything that's over a week old. This all works fine.
What I'm looking to do is open a command prompt at the start of the script and write status updates in this command prompt as the script finishes certain tasks, i.e. after each update, it writes a line to the command prompt saying Application - Updated or Application - Checked Out.
This script runs on start up, so it's not being run from there.
I can open a command prompt with a single command using WshShell.Run "%comspec% /k echo Hello World", but I want to be able to have it hold that prompt and add new echos to it as the script progresses.
Any help is appreciated.