The syntax for the Subversion command line client, svn, is:
The options and subcommand may be provided in any order.
While Subversion has different options for its subcommands,
all options are global—that is, each option is guaranteed to mean
the same thing regardless of the subcommand that you use it with.
means "verbose output," no matter which subcommand you use it
Enable auto-props, overriding the
enable-auto-props directive in the
Read configuration information from the specified
directory instead of the default location (
.subversion in the user's home
Use cmd as the external program to
show differences between files. Normally,
svn diff uses Subversion's internal
diff engine, which provides
unified diffs by default. To use an external diff program, use
--diff-cmd. You can pass options to the
diff program with the
--extensions option (discussed later in this
Use cmd as the external program to merge files.
Pretend to run a command, but make no actual changes—either in the sandbox or in the repository.
Use cmd as the program for editing a log message or a property value. If not set, Subversion checks the environment variables SVN_EDITOR, VISUAL, and EDITOR, in that order, for the name of the editor to use.
Use enc as ...