Common SVN Commands
Checking out a Repo
This will checkout the scripts directory the repos.
Checking the Status
With the above commands it will assume your current working directory as the path. You can use a file path such as
~/svn/scripts you can also a URI like
svn log commands you should pipe it into
head otherwise there will be a lot of information in your terminal
Adding a New File
Creating a New Directory
Removing a Data
There is a shortcut to just revert the latest change
svn merge -c -REV . or if you need to do multiple commits add them with a comma
svn merge -c -REV,-REV .
Once you do that, you will then need to commit the changes.
svn commit -m "Reverted to REV"