SVN

Create

Init:

svnadmin create $path

The path must not exist.

checkout

git clone

Clone:

svn checkout https://subversion.assembla.com/svn/cirosantillitest/

Clone version number 3:

svn checkout -r 3 file:///home/user/svn project

Every time you commit increases this number.

Take a non-SVN file directory, convert it to SVN controlled one and push with the given commit message:

svn import "$local_path" "$remote_url" -m "$commit_message"

Unlike Git, you can pull specific directories:

svn checkout https://server.com/path/to/repo/dir/inside/repo

svn info knows which directory was cloned afterwards.

info

Get various information about the repo:

svn info

Sample output: TODO

switch

git checkout:

svn switch ^/branches/abranch
svn switch ^/tags/1.2.3

ls

git tag and git branch.

List http://stackoverflow.com/users/1305501/nosid No kidding:

svn ls -v ^/
svn ls -v ^/tags
svn ls -v ^/branches

add

Only needed before the first commit for a given file.

svn add $file

After it has been added once, svn commit will see the file automatically.


Commit. If your SSH is added, this pushes to the original repository. In SVN everything happens over the network.

svn commit -m 'commit message'

Log:

svn log

Status:

svn status

Must use to make directories, -m to commit with message:

svn mkdir foo -m 'commit message'

Must use to remove directories, -m to commit with message:

svn rmdir foo -m 'commit message'

Get single file from repo, modify it, and up again

svn co https://subversion.assembla.com/svn/cirosantillitest/ . --depth empty
svn checkout readme.textile
vim readme.textile
svn ci -m 'modified readme.textile'

update

git pull:

svn update
svn up

revert

git reset

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6204572/is-there-a-subversion-command-to-reset-the-working-copy

svn revert --recursive .

git clean

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/239340/automatically-remove-subversion-unversioned-files

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