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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svn mkdir

Name

svn mkdir — Create a new directory under version control.

Synopsis

svn mkdir PATH...
svn mkdir URL...

Description

Create a directory with a name given by the final component of the PATH or URL. A directory specified by a working copy PATH is scheduled for addition in the working copy. A directory specified by a URL is created in the repository via an immediate commit. Multiple directory URLs are committed atomically. In both cases all the intermediate directories must already exist.

Alternate Names

None

Changes

Working copy, repository if operating on a URL

Accesses Repository

Only if operating on a URL

Switches

--message (-m) TEXT
--file (-F) FILE
--quiet (-q)
--username USER
--password PASS
--no-auth-cache
--non-interactive
--editor-cmd EDITOR
--encoding ENC
--force-log
--config-dir DIR

Examples

Create a directory in your working copy:

$ svn mkdir newdir
A         newdir

Create one in the repository (instant commit, so a log message is required):

$ svn mkdir -m "Making a new dir." https://svn.red-bean.com/repos/newdir

Committed revision 26.

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