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1.2.6. Committing Changes
To share your changes with others and commit them to a Subversion repository, change to the directory with its working copy and run the following command:
Note that unless you specify the commit message on the command line, Subversion opens an external text editor for you to write it. For information on how to determine which editor to start, see Section 1.2.1, “Installing and Configuring Subversion”.
Example 1.12. Committing changes to a Subversion repository
Imagine that the directory with your working copy of a Subversion repository has the following contents:
lsAUTHORS ChangeLog COPYING doc INSTALL Makefile README src
In this working copy,
ChangeLogis scheduled for addition to the Subversion repository,
Makefilealready is under revision control and contains local changes, and the
TODOfile, which is also under revision control, has been scheduled for removal and is no longer present in the working copy. Additionally, the
LICENSEfile has been renamed to
COPYING. To commit these changes to the Subversion repository, type:
svn commit -m "Updated the makefile."Adding COPYING Adding ChangeLog Deleting LICENSE Sending Makefile Deleting TODO Transmitting file data .. Committed revision 2.