If like me, you use Ant to deploy builds, etc, and you have migrated to Windows 7 – you may well have troubles getting ant to run.
It all worked flawlessly under Ubuntu, but Windows is a different beast – here’s a step by step guide to getting it working.
Console commands in Ubuntu for use with subversion
Checkout a branch:
svn checkout url@revision path
To update your local source:
And to commit a single file:
svn ci -m "message for commit" <files>
Multiple committing is just without the <files>.
To download a revision
svn co -r 1671<remotefolder> <localfolder>
<remotefolder> could be any folder in the svn structure, i.e.
Getting a list of revisions for a page (if you’re trying to find when you changed a page)
svn log -g <files>
Merging a branch into another
svn merge http://svn.branch.url localfolder .
That will merge the specified url into the localfolder. Ensure that your local changes in your working copy have been committed before you do this.