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Subversion Version Control: Using The Subversion Version Control System in Development Projects by William Nagel

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Chapter 15. Command Reference

In this final chapter, I’m going to change the format a bit. Instead of walking you through how to do things, the remaining portion of the book is a reference manual for the Subversion command-line utilities. Each command-line utility has its own section, and within that section, the individual commands are arranged alphabetically.

Much of the information covered in this reference section can also be found by running help for each individual command. I’ve tried to expound on that information wherever possible though.

The commands covered are

svn

The svn program is the basic command-line client for interacting with Subversion. It contains a full array of commands that can be used ...

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