svn commit — Send changes from your working copy to the repository.
Send changes from your working copy to the
repository. If you do not supply a log message with your
commit by using either the
svn will launch your editor for you
to compose a commit message. See the
editor-cmd section in the section called “Config”.
svn commit will send found lock
tokens and release locks on all
PATHS committed (recursively)
--no-unlock is passed.
If you begin a commit and Subversion launches your editor to compose the commit message, you can still abort without committing your changes. If you want to cancel your commit, just quit your editor without saving your commit message and Subversion will prompt you to either abort the commit, continue with no message, or edit the message again.
--message (-m) TEXT --file (-F) FILE --quiet (-q) --no-unlock --non-recursive (-N) --targets FILENAME --force-log --username USER --password PASS --no-auth-cache --non-interactive --encoding ENC --config-dir DIR
Commit a simple modification to a file with the
commit message on the command line and an implicit
target of your current directory
$ svn commit -m "added howto section." Sending a Transmitting file data . Committed revision 3.
Commit a modification to the file
foo.c (explicitly specified on the
command line) with the commit message in a file named
$ svn commit -F msg foo.c Sending foo.c Transmitting file data . Committed revision 5.
If you want to use a file that's under version
control for your commit message with
--file, you need to pass the
$ svn commit --file file_under_vc.txt foo.c svn: The log message file is under version control svn: Log message file is a versioned file; use '--force-log' to override $ svn commit --force-log --file file_under_vc.txt foo.c Sending foo.c Transmitting file data . Committed revision 6.
To commit a file scheduled for deletion:
$ svn commit -m "removed file 'c'." Deleting c Committed revision 7.