Name

svn-inject — puts a Debian source package into Subversion repository

Synopsis

svn-inject [options] <package>.dsc <repository URL>

OPTIONS

svn-inject accepts the following options on the command-line:

-h

print the help menu

-v

Make the command verbose

Default: Off.

-q

Hide less important messages

Default: Off.

-l

Layout type. 1 (default) means package/{trunk,tags,branches,...} scheme, 2 means the {trunk,tags,branches,...}/package scheme.

Default: 1

-t directory

Specify the directory where the .orig.tar.gz files are stored on the local machine.

Default: Off.

-d | --do-like=directory

Looks at the working directory of some other package and uses its base URL, tarball storage directory and similar checkout target directory.

Default: Off.

-c number

Checkout nothing (0), trunk directory (1) or everything (2) when the work is done.

Default: 1

-o

Only keep modified files under SVN control (including the debian/ directory), track only parts of upstream branch

Default: Off.

-O | --no-branches

Do not create the branches subdirectory at all. This works in a similar way to -o but all changes on upstream files (e.g. meta changes like updating the config.guess and config.sub files) are ignored and the upstream branch is not used.

Default: use branches/.

-s

By default, svn-inject used to create .svn/deb-layout after an inject operation if a checkout followed the inject. Since version 0.6.22 this behaviour is deprecated.

With this parameter svn-inject will replicate the old behaviour.

This option was provided since it can be useful when creating a local override file.

Default: Off.

-setprops -set-props

Set svn-bp:* props on the debian directory automatically.

Default: Off.

SEE ALSO

/usr/share/doc/svn-buildpackage/

The svn-buildpackage HOWTO manual

svn-upgrade(1)

upgrade source package from a new upstream revision.

svn(1)

Subversion command line client tool

dpkg-buildpackage(1)

Debian source package tools