svn - Transparent interoperability with Subversion branches

Version 1.0.4
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Home page lp:bzr-svn
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Support for Subversion branches

Bazaar can be used with Subversion branches through the bzr-svn plugin.

Most Bazaar commands should work fine with Subversion branches.

bzr-svn also adds new commands to Bazaar:

  • bzr svn-import
  • bzr svn-layout

For more information about bzr-svn, see the bzr-svn FAQ.

svn-import

Purpose

Convert a Subversion repository to a Bazaar repository.

Usage

bzr svn-import FROM_LOCATION [TO_LOCATION]

Options

--restore Restore branches that were removed but have not been changed since the last import.
--all Convert all revisions, even those not in current branch history.
--layout=ARG Repository layout (none, trunk, etc). Default: auto.
-v, --verbose Display more information.
--format=ARG Specify a format for this repository. See “bzr help formats” for details. Must support rich-root.
--standalone Create standalone branches.
-q, --quiet Only display errors and warnings.
--trees Create working trees.
--keep Don’t delete branches removed in Subversion.
--usage Show usage message and options.
--until=ARG Only import revisions up to specified Subversion revnum
-h, --help Show help message.

Description

To save disk space, only branches will be created by default (no working trees). To create a tree for a branch, run “bzr co” in it.

This command is resumable; any previously imported revisions will be skipped.

See also

formats

svn-layout

Purpose

Print the repository layout in use for a Subversion repository.

Usage

bzr svn-layout [PATH]

Options

--usage Show usage message and options.
-v, --verbose Display more information.
-q, --quiet Only display errors and warnings.
-h, --help Show help message.

Description

This will print the name of the repository layout. See “bzr help svn-layout” for more information about repository layouts.

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