Packages and Binaries:

libapache2-mod-svn

This package provides the mod_dav_svn and mod_authz_svn modules for the Apache 2.4 web server. These modules provide Apache Subversion’s WebDAV server backend, to serve repositories over the http and https protocols. See the ‘subversion’ package for more information.

Installed size: 444 KB
How to install: sudo apt install libapache2-mod-svn

  • apache2-api-20120211
  • apache2-bin
  • libc6
  • libsvn1

libsvn-dev

This package contains the symlinks, headers, and object files needed to compile and link programs which use libsvn1, the Apache Subversion libraries. This package is needed only in order to compile software that uses libsvn1.

Installed size: 1.95 MB
How to install: sudo apt install libsvn-dev

  • libapr1-dev
  • libaprutil1-dev
  • libsvn1

libsvn-doc

This package contains development (API) documentation for libsvn1, the Apache Subversion libraries. See the ‘libsvn1’ package for more information.

Installed size: 24.88 MB
How to install: sudo apt install libsvn-doc


libsvn-java

This is a set of Java classes which provide the functionality of libsvn, the Apache Subversion libraries. It is useful if you want to, for example, write a Java class that manipulates a Subversion repository or working copy. See the ‘subversion’ package for more information.

Installed size: 1.24 MB
How to install: sudo apt install libsvn-java

  • libapr1
  • libc6
  • libgcc-s1
  • libstdc++6
  • libsvn1

libsvn-perl

This is a set of Perl interfaces to libsvn, the Apache Subversion libraries. It is useful if you want to, for example, write a Perl script that manipulates a Subversion repository or working copy. See the ‘subversion’ package for more information.

Installed size: 5.37 MB
How to install: sudo apt install libsvn-perl

  • libapr1
  • libc6
  • libsvn1
  • perl
  • perlapi-5.32.1

libsvn1

This package includes shared libraries to manipulate Apache Subversion (svn) repositories and working copies. See the ‘subversion’ package for more information.

Installed size: 4.23 MB
How to install: sudo apt install libsvn1

  • libapr1
  • libaprutil1
  • libc6
  • libdb5.3
  • libexpat1
  • liblz4-1
  • libsasl2-2
  • libserf-1-1
  • libsqlite3-0
  • libutf8proc2
  • zlib1g

python3-subversion

This is a set of Python3 interfaces to libsvn, the Apache Subversion libraries. It is useful if you want to, for example, write a Python3 script that manipulates a Subversion repository or working copy. See the ‘subversion’ package for more information.

Installed size: 5.10 MB
How to install: sudo apt install python3-subversion

  • libapr1
  • libc6
  • libsvn1
  • python3
  • python3

ruby-svn

This is a set of Ruby interfaces to libsvn, the Apache Subversion libraries. It is useful if you want to, for example, write a Ruby script that manipulates a Subversion repository or working copy. See the ‘subversion’ package for more information.

Installed size: 2.75 MB
How to install: sudo apt install ruby-svn

  • libapr1
  • libc6
  • libruby2.7
  • libsvn1
  • ruby

subversion

Apache Subversion, also known as svn, is a centralised version control system. Version control systems allow many individuals (who may be distributed geographically) to collaborate on a set of files (source code, websites, etc). Subversion began with a CVS paradigm and supports all the major features of CVS, but has evolved to support many features that CVS users often wish they had.

This package includes the Subversion client (svn, svnsync), repository administration tools (svnadmin, svnlook) and a network server (svnserve).

Installed size: 4.75 MB
How to install: sudo apt install subversion

  • libapr1
  • libaprutil1
  • libc6
  • libsvn1
svn

Subversion command line client tool

root@kali:~# svn -h
usage: svn <subcommand> [options] [args]
Subversion command-line client.
Type 'svn help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svn --version' to see the program version and RA modules,
     'svn --version --verbose' to see dependency versions as well,
     'svn --version --quiet' to see just the version number.

Most subcommands take file and/or directory arguments, recursing
on the directories.  If no arguments are supplied to such a
command, it recurses on the current directory (inclusive) by default.

Available subcommands:
   add
   auth
   blame (praise, annotate, ann)
   cat
   changelist (cl)
   checkout (co)
   cleanup
   commit (ci)
   copy (cp)
   delete (del, remove, rm)
   diff (di)
   export
   help (?, h)
   import
   info
   list (ls)
   lock
   log
   merge
   mergeinfo
   mkdir
   move (mv, rename, ren)
   patch
   propdel (pdel, pd)
   propedit (pedit, pe)
   propget (pget, pg)
   proplist (plist, pl)
   propset (pset, ps)
   relocate
   resolve
   resolved
   revert
   status (stat, st)
   switch (sw)
   unlock
   update (up)
   upgrade

Subversion is a tool for version control.
For additional information, see http://subversion.apache.org/

svnadmin

Subversion repository administration tool

root@kali:~# svnadmin -h
general usage: svnadmin SUBCOMMAND REPOS_PATH  [ARGS & OPTIONS ...]
Subversion repository administration tool.
Type 'svnadmin help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svnadmin --version' to see the program version and FS modules.

Available subcommands:
   build-repcache
   crashtest
   create
   delrevprop
   deltify
   dump
   dump-revprops
   freeze
   help (?, h)
   hotcopy
   info
   list-dblogs
   list-unused-dblogs
   load
   load-revprops
   lock
   lslocks
   lstxns
   pack
   recover
   rev-size
   rmlocks
   rmtxns
   setlog
   setrevprop
   setuuid
   unlock
   upgrade
   verify


svnauthz
root@kali:~# svnauthz -h
general usage: svnauthz SUBCOMMAND TARGET [ARGS & OPTIONS ...]
               svnauthz-validate TARGET

If the command name starts with 'svnauthz-validate', runs in
pre-1.8 compatibility mode: run the 'validate' subcommand on TARGET.

Type 'svnauthz help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svnauthz --version' to see the program version.

Available subcommands:
   help (?, h)
   validate
   accessof


svnauthz-validate

svnbench
root@kali:~# svnbench -h
usage: svnbench <subcommand> [options] [args]
Subversion benchmarking tool.
Type 'svnbench help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svnbench --version' to see the program version and RA modules
  or 'svnbench --version --quiet' to see just the version number.

Most subcommands take file and/or directory arguments, recursing
on the directories.  If no arguments are supplied to such a
command, it recurses on the current directory (inclusive) by default.

Available subcommands:
   help (?, h)
   null-blame
   null-export
   null-list (ls)
   null-log
   null-info

Subversion is a tool for version control.
For additional information, see http://subversion.apache.org/

svndumpfilter

Filter a subversion repository ‘dumpfile’.

root@kali:~# svndumpfilter -h
general usage: svndumpfilter SUBCOMMAND [ARGS & OPTIONS ...]
Subversion repository dump filtering tool.
Type 'svndumpfilter help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svndumpfilter --version' to see the program version.

Available subcommands:
   exclude
   include
   help (?, h)


svnfsfs
root@kali:~# svnfsfs -h
general usage: svnfsfs SUBCOMMAND REPOS_PATH  [ARGS & OPTIONS ...]
Subversion FSFS repository manipulation tool.
Type 'svnfsfs help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svnfsfs --version' to see the program version.

Available subcommands:
   help (?, h)
   dump-index
   load-index
   stats


svnlook

Subversion repository examination tool

root@kali:~# svnlook -h
general usage: svnlook SUBCOMMAND REPOS_PATH [ARGS & OPTIONS ...]
Subversion repository inspection tool.
Type 'svnlook help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svnlook --version' to see the program version and FS modules.
Note: any subcommand which takes the '--revision' and '--transaction'
      options will, if invoked without one of those options, act on
      the repository's youngest revision.

Available subcommands:
   author
   cat
   changed
   date
   diff
   dirs-changed
   filesize
   help (?, h)
   history
   info
   lock
   log
   propget (pget, pg)
   proplist (plist, pl)
   tree
   uuid
   youngest


svnmucc

Multiple URL Command Client for Subversion

root@kali:~# svnmucc -h
usage: svnmucc ACTION...
Subversion multiple URL command client.
Type 'svnmucc --version' to see the program version and RA modules.

  Perform one or more Subversion repository URL-based ACTIONs, committing
  the result as a (single) new revision.

Actions:
  cp REV SRC-URL DST-URL : copy SRC-URL@REV to DST-URL
  mkdir URL              : create new directory URL
  mv SRC-URL DST-URL     : move SRC-URL to DST-URL
  rm URL                 : delete URL
  put SRC-FILE URL       : add or modify file URL with contents copied from
                           SRC-FILE (use "-" to read from standard input)
  propset NAME VALUE URL : set property NAME on URL to VALUE
  propsetf NAME FILE URL : set property NAME on URL to value read from FILE
  propdel NAME URL       : delete property NAME from URL

Valid options:
  -h, -? [--help]        : display this text
  -m [--message] ARG     : use ARG as a log message
  -F [--file] ARG        : read log message from file ARG
  -u [--username] ARG    : commit the changes as username ARG
  -p [--password] ARG    : use ARG as the password
  --password-from-stdin  : read password from stdin
  -U [--root-url] ARG    : interpret all action URLs relative to ARG
  -r [--revision] ARG    : use revision ARG as baseline for changes
  --with-revprop ARG     : set revision property in the following format:
                               NAME[=VALUE]
  --non-interactive      : do no interactive prompting (default is to
                           prompt only if standard input is a terminal)
  --force-interactive    : do interactive prompting even if standard
                           input is not a terminal
  --trust-server-cert    : deprecated;
                           same as --trust-server-cert-failures=unknown-ca
  --trust-server-cert-failures ARG
                           with --non-interactive, accept SSL server
                           certificates with failures; ARG is comma-separated
                           list of 'unknown-ca' (Unknown Authority),
                           'cn-mismatch' (Hostname mismatch), 'expired'
                           (Expired certificate),'not-yet-valid' (Not yet
                           valid certificate) and 'other' (all other not
                           separately classified certificate errors).
  -X [--extra-args] ARG  : append arguments from file ARG (one per line;
                           use "-" to read from standard input)
  --config-dir ARG       : use ARG to override the config directory
  --config-option ARG    : use ARG to override a configuration option
  --no-auth-cache        : do not cache authentication tokens
  --version              : print version information

svnrdump

Subversion remote repository dumper and loader

root@kali:~# svnrdump -h
general usage: svnrdump SUBCOMMAND URL [-r LOWER[:UPPER]]
Subversion remote repository dump and load tool.
Type 'svnrdump help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svnrdump --version' to see the program version and RA modules.

Available subcommands:
   dump
   load
   help (?, h)


svnserve

Server for the ‘svn’ repository access method

root@kali:~# svnserve -h
usage: svnserve [-d | -i | -t | -X] [options]
Subversion repository server.
Type 'svnserve --version' to see the program version.

Valid options:
  -d [--daemon]            : daemon mode
  -i [--inetd]             : inetd mode
  -t [--tunnel]            : tunnel mode
  -X [--listen-once]       : listen-once mode (useful for debugging)
  -r [--root] ARG          : root of directory to serve
  -R [--read-only]         : force read only, overriding repository config file
  --config-file ARG        : read configuration from file ARG
  --listen-port ARG        : listen port. The default port is 3690.
                             [mode: daemon, listen-once]
  --listen-host ARG        : listen hostname or IP address
                             By default svnserve listens on all addresses.
                             [mode: daemon, listen-once]
  -6 [--prefer-ipv6]       : prefer IPv6 when resolving the listen hostname
                             [IPv4 is preferred by default. Using IPv4 and IPv6
                             at the same time is not supported in daemon mode.
                             Use inetd mode or tunnel mode if you need this.]
  -c [--compression] ARG   : compression level to use for network transmissions
                             [0 .. no compression, 5 .. default, 
                              9 .. maximum compression]
  -M [--memory-cache-size] ARG : size of the extra in-memory cache in MB used to
                             minimize redundant operations.
                             Default is 16.
                             0 switches to dynamically sized caches.
                             [used for FSFS and FSX repositories only]
  --cache-txdeltas ARG     : enable or disable caching of deltas between older
                             revisions.
                             Default is yes.
                             [used for FSFS and FSX repositories only]
  --cache-fulltexts ARG    : enable or disable caching of file contents
                             Default is yes.
                             [used for FSFS and FSX repositories only]
  --cache-revprops ARG     : enable or disable caching of revision properties.
                             Consult the documentation before activating this.
                             Default is no.
                             [used for FSFS and FSX repositories only]
  --cache-nodeprops ARG    : enable or disable caching of node properties
                             Default is yes.
                             [used for FSFS repositories only]
  --client-speed ARG       : Optimize network handling based on the assumption
                             that most clients are connected with a bitrate of
                             ARG Mbit/s.
                             Default is 0 (optimizations disabled).
  --block-read ARG         : Parse and cache all data found in block instead
                             of just the requested item.
                             Default is no.
                             [used for FSFS repositories in 1.9 format only]
  -T [--threads]           : use threads instead of fork [mode: daemon]
  --min-threads ARG        : Minimum number of server threads, even if idle.
                             Capped to max-threads; minimum value is 0.
                             Default is 1.
                             [used only with --threads]
  --max-threads ARG        : Maximum number of server threads, even if there
                             are more connections.  Minimum value is 1.
                             Default is 256.
                             [used only with --threads]
  --max-request-size ARG   : Maximum acceptable size of a client request in MB.
                             This implicitly limits the length of paths and
                             property values that can be sent to the server.
                             Also the peak memory usage for protocol handling
                             per server thread or sub-process.
                             0 disables the size check; default is 16.
  --max-response-size ARG  : Maximum acceptable server response size in MB.
                             Longer responses get truncated and return an
                             error.  This limits the server load e.g. when
                             checking out at the wrong path level.
                             Default is 0 (disabled).
  --foreground             : run in foreground (useful for debugging)
                             [mode: daemon]
  --single-thread          : handle one connection at a time in the parent
                             process (useful for debugging)
  --log-file ARG           : svnserve log file
  --pid-file ARG           : write server process ID to file ARG
                             [mode: daemon, listen-once]
  --tunnel-user ARG        : tunnel username (default is current uid's name)
                             [mode: tunnel]
  -h [--help]              : display this help
  --virtual-host           : virtual host mode (look for repo in directory
                             of provided hostname)
  --version                : show program version information
  -q [--quiet]             : no progress (only errors) to stderr


svnsync

Subversion repository synchronization tool

root@kali:~# svnsync -h
general usage: svnsync SUBCOMMAND DEST_URL  [ARGS & OPTIONS ...]
Subversion repository replication tool.
Type 'svnsync help <subcommand>' for help on a specific subcommand.
Type 'svnsync --version' to see the program version and RA modules.

Available subcommands:
   initialize (init)
   synchronize (sync)
   copy-revprops
   info
   help (?, h)


svnversion

Produce a compact version identifier for a working copy.

root@kali:~# svnversion -h
usage: svnversion [OPTIONS] [WC_PATH [TRAIL_URL]]
Subversion working copy identification tool.
Type 'svnversion --version' to see the program version.

  Produce a compact version identifier for the working copy path
  WC_PATH.  TRAIL_URL is the trailing portion of the URL used to
  determine if WC_PATH itself is switched (detection of switches
  within WC_PATH does not rely on TRAIL_URL).  The version identifier
  is written to standard output.  For example:

    $ svnversion . /repos/svn/trunk
    4168

  The version identifier will be a single number if the working
  copy is single revision, unmodified, not switched and with
  a URL that matches the TRAIL_URL argument.  If the working
  copy is unusual the version identifier will be more complex:

   4123:4168     mixed revision working copy
   4168M         modified working copy
   4123S         switched working copy
   4123P         partial working copy, from a sparse checkout
   4123:4168MS   mixed revision, modified, switched working copy

  If WC_PATH is an unversioned path, the program will output
  'Unversioned directory' or 'Unversioned file'.  If WC_PATH is
  an added or copied or moved path, the program will output
  'Uncommitted local addition, copy or move'.

  If invoked without arguments WC_PATH will be the current directory.

Valid options:
  -n [--no-newline]        : do not output the trailing newline
  -c [--committed]         : last changed rather than current revisions
  -h [--help]              : display this help
  --version                : show program version information
  -q [--quiet]             : no progress (only errors) to stderr


subversion-tools

This package includes miscellaneous tools for use with Apache Subversion clients and servers:

  • svn-backup-dumps: Incremental dumpfile-based backup script
  • svn-bisect: Bisect revisions to find a regression
  • svn-clean: Remove unversioned files from a working copy
  • svn-hot-backup: Backup script, primarily for BDB repositories
  • svn_apply_autoprops: Apply property settings from .subversion/config file to an existing repository
  • svn_load_dirs: Sophisticated replacement for ‘svn import’
  • svnwrap: Set umask to 002 before calling svn or svnserve
  • fsfs-access-map: Convert strace output into FSFS access map
  • several example hook scripts: commit-access-control, commit-email, log-police, mailer, svnperms, verify-po

NOTE that some of these scripts are unsupported by upstream, and may change radically or disappear in future releases. Some of these scripts require packages on the Recommends list.

Installed size: 1.06 MB
How to install: sudo apt install subversion-tools

  • libapr1
  • libc6
  • libsvn1
  • subversion
fsfs-access-map
root@kali:~# fsfs-access-map -h
fsfs-access-map <file>

Reads strace of some FSFS-based tool from <file>, prints some stats
and writes a cluster access map to 'access.bmp' the current folder.
Each pixel corresponds to one 64kB cluster and every line to a rev
or packed rev file in the repository.  Turquoise and green indicate
1 and 2 hits, yellow to read-ish colors for up to 20, shares of
for up to 100 and black for > 200 hits.

A typical strace invocation looks like this:
strace -e trace=open,close,read,lseek -o strace.txt svn log ...

fsfs-stats
root@kali:~# fsfs-stats -h
stats: usage: svnfsfs stats REPOS_PATH

Write object size statistics to console.

Valid options:
  -M [--memory-cache-size] ARG : size of the extra in-memory cache in MB used to
                             minimize redundant operations. Default: 16.


svn-backup-dumps

Create dumpfiles to backup a subversion repository.

root@kali:~# svn-backup-dumps -h
Usage: svn-backup-dumps.py [options] repospath dumpdir

Options:
  --version             show program's version number and exit
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -b                    compress the dump using python bzip2 library.
  -i                    perform incremental relative to last dump.
  --deltas              pass --deltas to svnadmin dump.
  -c CNT                count of revisions per dumpfile.
  -o                    overwrite files.
  -O                    overwrite all files.
  -q                    quiet.
  -r REV                revision number for single rev dump.
  -t TRANSFER           transfer dumps to another machine (s.a. --help-
                        transfer).
  -z                    compress the dump using python gzip library.
  --bzip2-path=BZIP2_PATH
                        compress the dump using bzip2 custom command.
  --gzip-path=GZIP_PATH
                        compress the dump using gzip custom command.
  --svnadmin-path=SVNADMIN_PATH
                        svnadmin command path.
  --svnlook-path=SVNLOOK_PATH
                        svnlook command path.
  --help-transfer       shows detailed help for the transfer option.

svn-bisect

Bisect Subversion revisions to find a regression

root@kali:~# svn-bisect -h
Usage:
  /usr/bin/svn-bisect start [good_rev [bad_rev]]
  /usr/bin/svn-bisect good [revision]
  /usr/bin/svn-bisect bad [revision]
  /usr/bin/svn-bisect run {command}
  /usr/bin/svn-bisect status
  /usr/bin/svn-bisect reset

svn-clean

Wipes out unversioned files from Subversion working copy

root@kali:~# svn-clean -h
Usage:
    svn-clean [options] [directory or file ...]

Options:
    -e, --exclude
            A regular expression for filenames to be exluded. For example,
            the following command will skip files ending in ".zip":

                    svn-clean --exclude '\.zip$'

            Multiple exclude patterns can be specified. If at least one
            matches, then the file is skipped. For example, the following
            command will skip files ending in ".jpg" or ".png":

                    svn-clean --exclude '\.jpg$' --exclude '\.png$'

            The following command will skip the entire "build" subdirectory:

                    svn-clean --exclude '^build(/|$)'

    -f, --force
            Files to which you do not have delete access (if running under
            VMS) or write access (if running under another OS) will not be
            deleted unless you use this option.

    -N, --non-recursive
            Do not search recursively for unversioned files and directories.
            Unversioned directories will still be deleted along with all
            their contents.

    -q, --quiet
            Do not print progress info. In particular, do not print a
            message each time a file is examined, giving the name of the
            file, and indicating whether "rmdir" or "unlink" is used to
            remove it, or that it's skipped.

    -p, --print
            Do not delete anything. Instead, print the name of every file
            and directory that would have been deleted.

    -?, -h, --help
            Prints a brief help message and exits.

    --man   Prints the manual page and exits.


svn-hot-backup

Perform a “hot” backup of a Berkeley DB repository.

root@kali:~# svn-hot-backup -h
USAGE: svn-hot-backup [OPTIONS] REPOS_PATH BACKUP_PATH

Create a backup of the repository at REPOS_PATH in a subdirectory of
the BACKUP_PATH location, named after the youngest revision.

Options:
  --archive-type=FMT Create an archive of the backup. FMT can be one of:
                       bz2  : Creates a bzip2 compressed tar file.
                       gz   : Creates a gzip compressed tar file.
                       zip  : Creates a compressed zip file.
                       zip64: Creates a zip64 file (can be > 2GB).
  --num-backups=N    Number of prior backups to keep around (0 to keep all).
  --verify           Verify the backup.
  --help      -h     Print this help message and exit.


svn-mergeinfo-normalizer
root@kali:~# svn-mergeinfo-normalizer -h
usage: svn-mergeinfo-normalizer <subcommand> [options] [args]
Subversion mergeinfo normalization and reduction tool.
Type 'svn-mergeinfo-normalizer help <subcommand>' for help on a specific
subcommand.  Type 'svn-mergeinfo-normalizer --version' to see the program
version and RA modules or 'svn-mergeinfo-normalizer --version --quiet'
to see just the version number.

Most subcommands take file and/or directory arguments, recursing
on the directories.  If no arguments are supplied to such a
command, it recurses on the current directory (inclusive) by default.

Available subcommands:
   help (?, h)
   analyze (analyse)
   normalize
   remove-branches

Subversion is a tool for version control.
For additional information, see http://subversion.apache.org/

svn-populate-node-origins-index

svn-vendor
root@kali:~# svn-vendor -h
usage: svn-vendor [-h] [--auto | --detect FILE | --apply FILE] [--save FILE]
                  [--config OPT VALUE]
                  wcdir importdir

Prepare a working copy for SVN vendor import.

positional arguments:
  wcdir               Path to working copy (destination of import)
  importdir           Path to imported sources (source of import)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help          show this help message and exit
  --auto              Automatic mode: detect moves, apply them and copy
                      sources
  --detect FILE       Semi-automatic mode: detect moves and save them to FILE
  --apply FILE        Semi-automatic mode: apply the moves from FILE and copy
                      the sources
  --save FILE         Automatic mode: save moves to FILE after detection, then
                      proceed to apply the changes
  --config OPT VALUE  Set configuration option OPT to VALUE

svn_apply_autoprops
root@kali:~# svn_apply_autoprops -h
This script reads the auto-properties defined in the file
'/root/.subversion/config'
and applies them recursively to all the files and directories in the
current working copy.  It may behave differently than the Subversion
command line; where the subversion command line may only apply a single
matching auto-property to a single pathname, this script will apply all
matching lines to a single pathname.

Usage:
  svn_apply_autoprops [options] [WC_PATH]
where WC_PATH is the path to a working copy.
If WC_PATH is not specified, '.' is assumed.

Valid options are:
  --help, -h         : Print this help text.
  --config ARG       : Read the Subversion config file at path ARG
                       instead of '/root/.subversion/config'.


svn_load_dirs

Load directories into a Subversion repository

root@kali:~# svn_load_dirs -h
Unknown option: h
usage: /usr/bin/svn_load_dirs [options] svn_url svn_import_dir [dir_v1 [dir_v2 [..]]]
  svn_url        is the file:// or http:// URL of the svn repository
  svn_import_dir is the path relative to svn_url where to load dirs
  dir_v1 ..      list dirs to import otherwise read from stdin
options are
  -no_user_input don't ask yes/no questions and assume yes answer
  -no_auto_exe   don't set svn:executable for executable files
  -p filename    table listing properties to apply to matching files
  -svn_username  username to perform commits as
  -svn_password  password to supply to svn commit
  -t tag_dir     create a tag copy in tag_dir, relative to svn_url
  -v             increase program verbosity, multiple -v's allowed
  -wc path       use the already checked-out working copy at path
                 instead of checkout out a fresh working copy
  -glob_ignores  List of filename patterns to ignore (as in svn's
                 global-ignores config option)
  -message       Final commit message

svnraisetreeconflict
root@kali:~# svnraisetreeconflict -h
usage: svnraisetreeconflict [OPTIONS] WC_PATH NODE_KIND OPERATION ACTION REASON REPOS_URL1 PATH_IN_REPOS1 PEG_REV1 NODE_KIND1 REPOS_URL2 PATH_IN_REPOS2 PEG_REV2 NODE_KIND2

  Mark the working-copy node WC_PATH as being the victim of a tree conflict.

  WC_PATH's parent directory must be a working copy, otherwise a
  tree conflict cannot be raised.

Valid options:
  -h [--help]              : display this help
  --version                : show program version information

Valid enum argument values:
  NODE_KIND, NODE_KIND1, NODE_KIND2:
    none file dir unknown
  OPERATION:
    update switch merge
  ACTION (what svn tried to do):
    edit delete add
  REASON (what local change made svn fail):
    edited deleted missing obstructed added
  REPOS_URL1, REPOS_URL2:
    The URL of the repository itself, e.g.: file://usr/repos
  PATH_IN_REPOS1, PATH_IN_REPOS2:
    The complete path of the node in the repository, e.g.: sub/dir/foo
  PEG_REV1, PEG_REV2:
    The revision number at which the given path is relevant.

Example:
  svnraisetreeconflict ./foo file update delete deleted file://usr/repos sub/dir/foo 1 file file://usr/repos sub/dir/foo 3 none


svnwrap

Umask wrapper for subversion client commands

root@kali:~# svnwrap -h
Usage: svnwrap {program} [args...]
Valid programs: svn svnlook svnserve svnadmin svnversion

Updated on: 2021-Nov-26