Note: By default you will not be having .subversion folder.
For this you need to get it created by using the command "svn help" which creates a folder called
under your home folder.
[user1@user19~]$ svn --help
[user1@user19~]$ cd .subversion
.subversion folder will get created in your home folder. ie., /home/user19/.subversion
[user1@user19 .subversion]$ vim config
Now go to line 55 and insert one new line with following sentence, myssh = /usr/bin/ssh -p <port no>
Now save the file and exit.
[user1@user19 .subversion]$ cd
The message you are seeing is printed by ssh as a result of the fix for svn-issue #2580.
This is expected. You need to add -q to the ssh command invoked by svn, which happens by default as of 1.6.6. ver
Put this in ~/.subversion/config: ssh = $SVN_SSH ssh -q
[user1@user19 ~]$ cd tmp
tmp folder is test/example folder used to show you. You can have your own folder name created in your work area.
Here tmp is the local directory on you PC where you want to download the Repository from the server. Now issue a checkout command ie., svn co svn+myssh://<repo path>
[user1@user19 tmp]$ svn co svn+myssh://<ip address/domain name>/svnrepo/my_world
Here in above picture you can see that my_world repos is downloaded to your local PC.
Add following line in your .bashrc file export SVN_EDITOR=/usr/bin/vim.
This will open vim editor when you execute commit. You can also add your favorite editor path.
svn add files/folder name → This is to Add before files/folders to commit
svn ci files/folder -m "checkin message" → This is to Commit files/folders
svn up files/folder → This is used to checkout the updated data from repository