[ACCEPTED]-Committing the code on Subversion (first time)-svn-checkout
First checkout that repository by
svn checkout <Your URL> svn
cd to 5 svn folder, create username folder(amit) in 4 svn folder and commit:
svn commit -m"username folder is created."
Now copy your files in 3 that folder(amit in your case). Now you have 2 to add each new file or new folder:
svn add filename svn add foldername
Now you 1 can commit these files to server:
svn commit -m"Some new files are added."
Note: Text after
-m are comments and you can change it according to your needs.
If you already have a project that you started 5 working on but it's not an svn working copy 4 yet.
The simplest way ever:
Navigate to the project folder in the 3 terminal using cd and type:
svn 2 add --force .
svn commit -m "first 1 commit"
svn ci is as good as using
Create the folder in your home filesystem 1 and commit the entire thing to the server.
Not sure, but i would try this:
svn mkdir armit@<host>/<your_folder>
svn checkout armit@<host>/<your_folder>
- copy your files into
svn commit <your_folder>
I had to send my code to other svn url from 10 my svn. What I did
1 Take checkout of destination 9 svn url in one place (Where i need to push 8 my code)
svn co destination_svn_url
2 Now, I 7 have my code. I deleted .svn folder(hidden) from 6 my code using following command to avoid 5 conflict between versions
rm -rf `find . -type 4 d -name .svn`
3 Now I copied my code(folder) and 3 paste it to destination folder i.e in step 2 1 and run the following command
svn add folder_path_i_paste
4 1 Now commit the code.
svn commit -m"Code pushed"
//First add working copy
- svn co your url
- svn add * --force
- svn commit -m "first commit"
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