svn export — Export a clean directory tree.
The first form exports a clean directory tree from the
repository specified by
REV if it is given; otherwise,
PATH is omitted, the last
component of the
URL is used
for the local directory name.
The second form exports a clean directory tree from
the working copy specified by
PATH2. All local changes will
be preserved, but files not under version control will not
Export from your working copy (doesn't print every file and directory):
$ svn export a-wc my-export Export complete.
Export directly from the repository (prints every file and directory):
$ svn export file:///var/svn/repos my-export A my-export/test A my-export/quiz … Exported revision 15.
When rolling operating-system-specific release
packages, it can be useful to export a tree that uses a
specific EOL character for line endings. The
--native-eol option will do this, but it
affects only files that have
native properties attached to them. For
example, to export a tree with all CRLF line endings
(possibly for a Windows
$ svn export file:///var/svn/repos my-export --native-eol CRLF A my-export/test A my-export/quiz … Exported revision 15.
You can specify
CRLF as a
line-ending type with the