cvsLet me illustrate... - Subversion Repositories


Browsing the Subversion Repository

You can Browse the Subversion repository of this project with your web browser. This gives you a good picture of the current status of the source files. You may also view the complete histories of any file in the repository as well as differences among two versions.


Getting a Copy of the Subversion Repository

Anonymous / read-only Subversion access

This project's Subversion repository can be checked out anonymously as follows. The module you wish to check out must be specified as the modulename.

Access using the SVN protocol:

svn co svn://

Access using HTTP (slower):

svn co

Typically, you'll want to use trunk for modulename. Refer to a project's specific instructions if you're unsure, or browse the repository with ViewVC.

Project member Subversion access via SSH

Member access is performed using the Subversion over SSH method.

The SSHv2 public key fingerprints for the machine hosting the source trees are:

1024 80:5a:b0:0c:ec:93:66:29:49:7e:04:2b:fd:ba:2c:d5 (RSA)
256 65:b8:1c:2f:82:7c:0e:39:e1:4a:63:f2:13:10:e8:9c (ECDSA)
256 14:7b:c8:98:dd:06:08:97:8c:00:9d:d2:ae:85:c8:82 (ED25519)

Software repository (over SSH):

svn co svn+ssh://<membername>

Importing into Subversion on Savannah

If your project already has an existing source repository that you want to move to Savannah, check the conversion documentation and then submit a request for the migration in the Savannah Administration project.

Exporting Subversion tree from Savannah

You can access your subversion raw repository using read-only access via rsync, and then use that copy as a local svn repository:

rsync -avHS rsync://svn.getTypeBaseHost(); ?>/svn/lmi/ /tmp/lmi.repo/
svn co file:///tmp/lmi.repo/ trunk
# ...

If you want a dump you can also use svnadmin:

svnadmin dump /tmp/lmi.repo/

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