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Writing SVN changelog to file
Dumping text data to a file in PowerShell can be done in many ways, but the easiest for this situation is probably out-file. svn log -r x:x -v | out-file -path PATH_TO_FILE

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Is it possible to change the parent of an SVN branch?
No. Branches in SVN are just a copy. You cannot change the place you copied something from. It just is the way it is. The source of the copy is part of the history; so by definition you will not be able to change the branch source without losing some part of history. However, being just a copy, the source of the copy is irrelevant. Nothing at all prevents you from merging directly from trunk to a

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Mirroring Part of a SVN Repo to a Working Copy
So far as I'm aware the closest feature to this is svn:externals; however, this stores only a relative or, in this case, absolute URL pointer to the external repository. In short, the files would not be stored in your repository and any commit attempts on the contents of the external would go to the third party repository. I've stored check outs from other repositories in SVN where I can bring c

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What is the mechanism behind polling SCM in Jenkins?
It uses SCM plugin internally written in JAVA. This library has implementation for all SCM tools including SVN. It basically executes pollChanges() in the library which internally check the last modified time from AbstractProject.getLastBuild().getTimestamp() and identifies there this a new change set or not and trigger build accordingly. Reference: https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Poll

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svn practice for scenario when branches and tags are mixed
Typically, in the svn world, branches are used for development and tags are used to give alphanumeric names to certain revisions (or just to make them stand out in comparison to the others). Technically, both are exactly the same. They are folders that were copied from another location within the repository (often trunk, but sometimes other branches as well). In short, if you just want to mark

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Merge two SVN repositories with branches & tags
Encase anyone else comes across this problem I finally managed to find a solution that worked at [http://proger.i-forge.net/Merging_revisions_of_separate_SVN_repositories/ejf][1] [1]: http://proger.i-forge.net/Merging_revisions_of_separate_SVN_repositories/ejf Make sure the revision you start the dumping from is after you've created & committed all the files & directories you currently ha

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Revert SVN repo to sparse checkout (undo 'svn up --set-depth infinity')?
As per @Ben's comment, you can undo this by just running svn up --set-depth immediates. Note this can take a long time if the checkout is very large! [Updated:] After the command has finished, you then need to delete all the extra files that were checked out (--set-depth does not delete them).

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visualsvn error while loading existing repository
What should be done to resolve this error? Best and correct way: Use up-to-date VisualSVN Server distro, which have also SVN 1.8.* at backend (3.0.1), not ancient as mammoth's bullshit version with older, than existing repository, FS format (SVN 1.6 can't handle 1.8 repositories) Ugly and lame way From Win7-box (or any other box, which have SVN 1.8 client and can reach original repo), crea

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Add folders to SVN using ANT
You can checkout using the "sparse checkout" feature of SVN that allows you to fetch part of a repository - particularly a directory without any of its contents. Then you can add folders to the working copy and commit them (if that's what you want), or you can fetch the root directory and then repeat with the desired directories.

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Recommendations for visual studio package management in the Enterprise
We have problems with unwanted Package restores that silently and uncontrolably replaces the references in our shared projects I may misunderstand your point but it sounds like if you are saying that package restore changes the references in your project file. That seems like a bug. NuGet shouldn't upgrade packages nor touch your project files when doing a package restore -- it should only re

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Jenkins Deployment Takes Long Time to Checkout Code from SVN for New Tags
In my opinion, Jar files should not be version controlled in source control system but instead their source code alone should be version controlled in SVN. However, if you have it setup the jar files in SVN, then I would suggest you move them to a common folder in SVN like library and then do a checkout only when there is a change to the library folder. In the Jenkin's job workspace, the libra

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Export Talend items from talend studio put on SVN and build it from Jenkins
This part of a series explains how to use the Talend command line tool to build jobs from outside of the studio. It's scriptable so can be access from an external tool and in this case Jean-Baptiste uses Maven as a build tool. His example commandline-script.sh inits the Talend repository, logs on as a user and then publishes an ESB route: initRemote ${tac.location} logonProject -pn ${talend.proj

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Local SVN repository without server
If Netbeans can open and use 'file:///'-served repositories, you can created by TortoiseSVN repositories without any headaches (just create it, add some content, copy repo-URL /of trunk?/ from repo-browser and try it) In any case, you can run lightweight svnserve (part of SVN CLI-tools, which can be installed with TortoiseSVN) on demand for getting svn:// type of repositories if file:///-reposito

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Generating an SVN diff file for every changed file in a revision
If you only need the diff, but don't care about having one diff-per-file, then just redirect the output of svn diff, e.g. svn diff -c myrevision path/to/repo > mydiff.patch If you really need a diff for each file, you can parse the output of svn log to create a diff for each file, e.g. for f in `svn log -qvr myrevision path/to/repo | grep " *[AMD]" | awk '{print $2}'`; do svn diff -c myrevi

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Why do I get "sqlite[S1]: no such savepoint: svn" on TortoiseSVN commit?
Seems that you lack write permissions on the drive. I just had the same error. We are using svn on network drives that are attached via the tool: VHD Attach. I was attaching the network drive in "read only" mode by accident which led to the same error message: sqlite[S1]: no such savepoint: svn So I detached it again and attached the drive normally. ( -> not via the dropdown, but the button it

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svn ci multiline message log/text file with log message
Use the -F option to specify the log message file instead of -m: svn ci -F logmessage.txt dir/ See another example of using it in the documentation.

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Configuring Intellij 14 to work with Subversion v 1.8.5 using svn+ssh
I had exactly the same problem with IntelliJ 14.0.2. To get the SSH authentication to work I did the following: Installed TortoiseSvn 1.8.10 (this may not be important as the key component TortoisePlink rarely changes, but I didn't want to get stuck simply because of older software). Installed Collabnet subversion command line client 1.8.11 (ditto above comment). I run the Pageant SSH key agent

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SVN: Skip a single file only in the working copy
I don't think you can do that as svn-ignore is a repository level setting (an svn property which, when committed, is stored in the repository). One solution might be to rename the base config file to filename.ext.template, commit that, and svn ignore the config file. Developers who check the folder out will have to make their config file by copying the template. Alternatively, leave the most use

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Creating sub-projects of a big project in SVN
This kind of setup is not recommendable to do with Subversion IMHO. What you need in your case is a "branch-of-a-branch" structure, which I personally found to create many problems when merging to and from the main trunk. In your case I'd recommend having a look at e.g. git. However, if the described setup is what you want/need to do, I'd do the following: Create Project X and Project Y as fold

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Subversion workflow: Comparing latest and committing new changes
If you and the other developer did not work on the same location in the file, doing an svn update will not wipe out your changes. So there's that. As @Ben pointed out, even if you did work on the same location, svn will just ask you to merge the changes by hand (unless it is a binary file). A better work flow would be to work on separate branches so you don't get in each other's way, or, if that'

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Subversion : assign new password to user
Found a solution: On the server, there is a directory called conf inside the repository, and inside it has a file called passwd. I found that passwords are stored there in plain text. In short: There doesn't seem to be a special tool for this task; it's just editing a file.

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How to reintegrate with automatic merge (merge-tracking) in TortoiseSVN 1.8
According to the documentation, checking "all revisions" is the same as checking "specific range" and leaving an empty box. In both cases, an automatic merge is used: If you leave the range of revisions empty or have the radio button all revisions checked, then Subversion merges all not-yet merged revisions. This is known as a reintegrate or automatic merge.

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Is it possible to export specific files from svn to an ssh/sftp server?
No, there isn't. While svn supports different protocols for the server connection, the working copy is always located on the local file system. However, you can create a post-commit hook that will execute after each commit and e.g. upload the new version of your repository to an ftp server etc. Have a look at https://subversion.apache.org/faq.html#website-auto-update or Google for it.

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How to merge two subversion repositories using svnadmin
You can load two dump to separate sub folders and then rearrange as you like: svnadmin create new_common_repo svn mkdir file:///path/to/new_common/repo/reposA -m "Created folder reposA" svnadmin dump reposA | svnadmin load new_common_repo --parent-dir reposA svn mkdir file:///path/to/new_common/repo/reposB -m "Created folder reposB" svnadmin dump reposB | svnadmin load new_common_repo --parent-di

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Cannot checkout code from mirror repository created using svnsync
Ahmed, I suggest not to treat svn repositories like git where you can push/pull commits back and forth. If dealing with a local offline mirror is a must then git-svn is a solution here but learn it carefully first.

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How to access my SVN repository?
Run ifconfig on the ubuntu machine to get the IP address, then use that: svn+ssh://username@machine.ip.address/home/username/SvnRepositories/SpringTestRepo That should get you connected as long as everything's working :)

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Subversion and AuthzSVNGroupsFile
We have done in our system: enable #LoadModule dav_svn_module /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_dav_svn.so #LoadModule authz_svn_module /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_authz_svn.so Referral off If you still have more questions, please post to answer.

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Get the svn revision less than a given number?
svn log http://your_repo/subdirectory/file -r 285:0 -l 1 will output the log for the first (-l 1) revision that affected subdirectory/file when counting from commit 185 backwards to the first commit (-r 285:0).

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Parameter variable not substituted in ssh plugin in Jenkins
Parameterized jobs don't necessarily have its parameters exposed as variables available for build steps. Try using the env inject plugin and configure the version parameter to be injected to the build. I have done this for some jobs in my Jenkins instance.

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SVN Post-Commit Hook Fail (exit code 1) with output:
The error No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it. means that the URL is incorrect. Check that you specify the correct port and protocol (https vs http) in the URL.

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TortoiseSVN Commit Failed - Windows 7 64bit
It's not recommended to store repositories on a network share and access them using the file:// protocol: http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/nightly/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-repository.html#tsvn-repository-local-share If you need to access the repositories over the network it's worth setting up the server for access via the svn://, svn+ssh:// or http:// protocols - there's details on how linked from the page

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SVN externals global for all team member
Some reasons why a commit of a single external file is not visible in another working copy: Maybe the other svn client does not support external properties for single files. Client must be at least version 1.6 (pretty old). You may have committed a change to one branch, but expecting it in another. Maybe the change was not committed in the first place. Maybe the change was committed, but the oth

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Starting TortoiseMerge with Console
You can use Process Explorer to find the right command line call. Just open TortoiseMerge via "Compare with previous revision" as you did before. Than drag the Process Explorers 'crosshair' (Find Window's Process) from the toolbar over the TortoiseMerge window. Process Explorer jumps to the process. Double click that process to view it's properties. In the Image tab you can see the field 'Comman

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How do I get the revision number before head in SVN
Okay, so I thought of better google search words - svn last 10 commit and got the missing piece in the puzzle. svn log --limit 1 http://svn.repo1.com/trunk/app This shows me the last one revision number. Is this okay ?

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What's wrong with my SVN hook script-----pre-commit.bat?
Perhaps you simply need to tell your hook script where to find the svnlook command. From the SVN book: By default, Subversion executes hook scripts with an empty environment—that is, no environment variables are set at all, not even $PATH (or %PATH%, under Windows). Because of this, many administrators are baffled when their hook program runs fine by hand, but doesn't work when invoked by Su

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Failed to add directory 'ros/robo/visual': an unversioned directory of the same name already exists
Move visual out of the way, and run svn up ros/robo. If that doesn't work, add the force switch: svn up --force ros/robo That directory might have been scheduled for addition already. More information might be provided by svn info ros/

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Subclipse: Compare with usage
Right click on project/folder/file and choose Team > Show History. That will show the changes. You can right click on specific revisions in the history to compare the current code with the code at that version, or to compare that version with previous version etc. Context matters. The History option will show the history based on the object you selected when you take the option. So if you wan

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Can' t execute svn update command after chekout with jenkins subversion plugin( svnkit)
A local working copy of the SVN checkout has a certain format. Usually they are not backwards compatible. jenkins server with subversion plugin (SVNKit) version 2.4 of plugin That information above is not enough. SVNKit version 2.4 supports many versions of working copy format. Under Manage Jenkins > Configure System, find "Subversion" section, and look for value under "Subversion Workspace

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Error when checking out (Netbeans 7.4 and Subversion 1.8.10.42400)
The error message suggests that your repository was created with Subversion 1.8, but Netbeans is using 1.7. You probably have multiple versions of Subversion installed and are using the older one from within Netbeans. Find the older one and remove it, or point Netbeans at the newer client. There are two ways to prevent this from happening in the future: Make sure all SVN clients on a given syst

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