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1164.
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ATTENTION! Your password for authentication realm:

%s

can only be stored to disk unencrypted! You are advised to configure
your system so that Subversion can store passwords encrypted, if
possible. See the documentation for details.

You can avoid future appearances of this warning by setting the value
of the 'store-plaintext-passwords' option to either 'yes' or 'no' in
'%s'.
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Located in ../libsvn_subr/prompt.c:441
1166.
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ATTENTION! Your passphrase for client certificate:

%s

can only be stored to disk unencrypted! You are advised to configure
your system so that Subversion can store passphrase encrypted, if
possible. See the documentation for details.

You can avoid future appearances of this warning by setting the value
of the 'store-ssl-client-cert-pp-plaintext' option to either 'yes' or
'no' in '%s'.
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Located in ../libsvn_subr/prompt.c:470
1331.
This client is too old to work with working copy '%s'. You need
to get a newer Subversion client, or to downgrade this working copy.
See http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#working-copy-format-change
for details.
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Located in ../libsvn_wc/questions.c:128
1340.
Attempt to add tree conflict that already exists
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Located in ../libsvn_wc/tree_conflicts.c:516
1568.
Set the value of a property on files, dirs, or revisions.
usage: 1. propset PROPNAME PROPVAL PATH...
2. propset PROPNAME --revprop -r REV PROPVAL [TARGET]

1. Changes a versioned file or directory property in a working copy.
2. Changes an unversioned property on a repository revision.
(TARGET only determines which repository to access.)

The value may be provided with the --file option instead of PROPVAL.

Note: svn recognizes the following special versioned properties
but will store any arbitrary properties set:
svn:ignore - A newline separated list of file glob patterns to ignore.
svn:keywords - Keywords to be expanded. Valid keywords are:
URL, HeadURL - The URL for the head version of the object.
Author, LastChangedBy - The last person to modify the file.
Date, LastChangedDate - The date/time the object was last modified.
Rev, Revision, - The last revision the object changed.
LastChangedRevision
Id - A compressed summary of the previous
4 keywords.
Header - Similar to Id but includes the full URL.
svn:executable - If present, make the file executable. Use
'svn propdel svn:executable PATH...' to clear.
svn:eol-style - One of 'native', 'LF', 'CR', 'CRLF'.
svn:mime-type - The mimetype of the file. Used to determine
whether to merge the file, and how to serve it from Apache.
A mimetype beginning with 'text/' (or an absent mimetype) is
treated as text. Anything else is treated as binary.
svn:externals - A newline separated list of module specifiers,
each of which consists of a relative directory path, optional
revision flags and an URL. The ordering of the three elements
implements different behavior. Subversion 1.4 and earlier only
support the following formats and the URLs cannot have peg
revisions:
foo http://example.com/repos/zig
foo/bar -r 1234 http://example.com/repos/zag
Subversion 1.5 and greater support the above formats and the
following formats where the URLs may have peg revisions:
http://example.com/repos/zig foo
-r 1234 http://example.com/repos/zig foo/bar
Relative URLs are supported in Subversion 1.5 and greater for
all above formats and are indicated by starting the URL with one
of the following strings
../ to the parent directory of the extracted external
^/ to the repository root
// to the scheme
/ to the server root
The ambiguous format 'relative_path relative_path' is taken as
'relative_url relative_path' with peg revision support.
svn:needs-lock - If present, indicates that the file should be locked
before it is modified. Makes the working copy file read-only
when it is not locked. Use 'svn propdel svn:needs-lock PATH...'
to clear.

The svn:keywords, svn:executable, svn:eol-style, svn:mime-type and
svn:needs-lock properties cannot be set on a directory. A non-recursive
attempt will fail, and a recursive attempt will set the property
only on the file children of the directory.
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Located in ../svn/main.c:726
1571.
specify automatic conflict resolution source
('base', 'working', 'mine-conflict',
'theirs-conflict', 'mine-full', 'theirs-full')
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Located in ../svn/main.c:795
1572.
Remove 'conflicted' state on working copy files or directories.
usage: resolved PATH...

Note: this subcommand does not semantically resolve conflicts or
remove conflict markers; it merely removes the conflict-related
artifact files and allows PATH to be committed again. It has been
deprecated in favor of running 'svn resolve --accept working'.
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Located in ../svn/svn.c:1531
1574.
Print the status of working copy files and directories.
usage: status [PATH...]

With no args, print only locally modified items (no network access).
With -q, print only summary information about locally modified items.
With -u, add working revision and server out-of-date information.
With -v, print full revision information on every item.

The first seven columns in the output are each one character wide:
First column: Says if item was added, deleted, or otherwise changed
' ' no modifications
'A' Added
'C' Conflicted
'D' Deleted
'I' Ignored
'M' Modified
'R' Replaced
'X' an unversioned directory created by an externals definition
'?' item is not under version control
'!' item is missing (removed by non-svn command) or incomplete
'~' versioned item obstructed by some item of a different kind
Second column: Modifications of a file's or directory's properties
' ' no modifications
'C' Conflicted
'M' Modified
Third column: Whether the working copy directory is locked
' ' not locked
'L' locked
Fourth column: Scheduled commit will contain addition-with-history
' ' no history scheduled with commit
'+' history scheduled with commit
Fifth column: Whether the item is switched or a file external
' ' normal
'S' the item has a Switched URL relative to the parent
'X' a versioned file created by an eXternals definition
Sixth column: Repository lock token
(without -u)
' ' no lock token
'K' lock token present
(with -u)
' ' not locked in repository, no lock token
'K' locked in repository, lock toKen present
'O' locked in repository, lock token in some Other working copy
'T' locked in repository, lock token present but sTolen
'B' not locked in repository, lock token present but Broken
Seventh column: Whether the item is the victim of a tree conflict
' ' normal
'C' tree-Conflicted
If the item is a tree conflict victim, an additional line is printed
after the item's status line, explaining the nature of the conflict.

The out-of-date information appears in the ninth column (with -u):
'*' a newer revision exists on the server
' ' the working copy is up to date

Remaining fields are variable width and delimited by spaces:
The working revision (with -u or -v)
The last committed revision and last committed author (with -v)
The working copy path is always the final field, so it can
include spaces.

Example output:
svn status wc
M wc/bar.c
A + wc/qax.c

svn status -u wc
M 965 wc/bar.c
* 965 wc/foo.c
A + 965 wc/qax.c
Status against revision: 981

svn status --show-updates --verbose wc
M 965 938 kfogel wc/bar.c
* 965 922 sussman wc/foo.c
A + 965 687 joe wc/qax.c
965 687 joe wc/zig.c
Status against revision: 981

svn status
M wc/bar.c
! C wc/qaz.c
> local missing, incoming edit upon update
D wc/qax.c
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Located in ../svn/main.c:820
1575.
Update the working copy to a different URL.
usage: 1. switch URL[@PEGREV] [PATH]
2. switch --relocate FROM TO [PATH...]

1. Update the working copy to mirror a new URL within the repository.
This behavior is similar to 'svn update', and is the way to
move a working copy to a branch or tag within the same repository.
If specified, PEGREV determines in which revision the target is first
looked up.

If --force is used, unversioned obstructing paths in the working
copy do not automatically cause a failure if the switch attempts to
add the same path. If the obstructing path is the same type (file
or directory) as the corresponding path in the repository it becomes
versioned but its contents are left 'as-is' in the working copy.
This means that an obstructing directory's unversioned children may
also obstruct and become versioned. For files, any content differences
between the obstruction and the repository are treated like a local
modification to the working copy. All properties from the repository
are applied to the obstructing path.

Use the --set-depth option to set a new working copy depth on the
targets of this operation. Currently, the depth of a working copy
directory can only be increased (telescoped more deeply); you cannot
make a directory more shallow.

2. Rewrite working copy URL metadata to reflect a syntactic change only.
This is used when repository's root URL changes (such as a scheme
or hostname change) but your working copy still reflects the same
directory within the same repository.

See also 'svn help update' for a list of possible characters
reporting the action taken.
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Located in ../svn/main.c:908
1577.
Bring changes from the repository into the working copy.
usage: update [PATH...]

If no revision is given, bring working copy up-to-date with HEAD rev.
Else synchronize working copy to revision given by -r.

For each updated item a line will start with a character reporting the
action taken. These characters have the following meaning:

A Added
D Deleted
U Updated
C Conflict
G Merged
E Existed

A character in the first column signifies an update to the actual file,
while updates to the file's properties are shown in the second column.
A 'B' in the third column signifies that the lock for the file has
been broken or stolen.

If --force is used, unversioned obstructing paths in the working
copy do not automatically cause a failure if the update attempts to
add the same path. If the obstructing path is the same type (file
or directory) as the corresponding path in the repository it becomes
versioned but its contents are left 'as-is' in the working copy.
This means that an obstructing directory's unversioned children may
also obstruct and become versioned. For files, any content differences
between the obstruction and the repository are treated like a local
modification to the working copy. All properties from the repository
are applied to the obstructing path. Obstructing paths are reported
in the first column with code 'E'.

Use the --set-depth option to set a new working copy depth on the
targets of this operation. Currently, the depth of a working copy
directory can only be increased (telescoped more deeply); you cannot
make a directory more shallow.
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Located in ../svn/main.c:952
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