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


       svn-inject [options]


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

           print the help menu

           Make the command output verbose

           Default: Off.

           Hide less important messages

           Default: Off.

           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

           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/.

           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.


           The svn-buildpackage HOWTO manual

           upgrade source package from a new upstream revision.

           Subversion command line client tool

           Debian source package tools


       Eduard Bloch
           This manual page was written by Eduard Bloch in roff.

       Goneri Le Bouder
           Converted manpages to SGML.

       Neil Williams
           Converted manpages to DocBook XML and current Debian maintainer


       Copyright © 2009 Eduard Bloch