Chapter 2. Using kdesvn

Table of Contents

kdesvn features
Beginning with subversion and kdesvn
Creating a working copy
Committing local changes
Update working copy
Adding and Deleting from working copy
Displaying logs
Working on repositories
Restoring deleted items
Importing folders
Other Operations
Merge
Resolving conflicts
Properties used by kdesvn for configuration
Bugtracker integration
The revision tree
Requirements
Internal log cache
Offline mode
Log cache and revision tree
Meaning of icon overlays
kdesvn and passwords
Not saving passwords
Saving passwords in KWallet
Saving to subversion's own password storage
Internal password cache
Special case svn+ssh

kdesvn features

kdesvn understands following protocols for browsing repositories:

http

Standard web browser protocol.

https

Standard encrypted web browser protocol.

(k)svn+http

Standard web browser protocol. May be used to let Konqueror automatic call kdesvn.

(k)svn+https

Standard encrypted web browser protocol. May be used to let Konqueror automatic call kdesvn.

(k)svn+file

Local repository protocol. May be used to let Konqueror automatic call kdesvn.

(k)svn

Subversion's own server protocol.

(k)svn+ssh

Subversion over ssh. See FAQ for details about some specials with that protocol.

file

Direct repository access. kdesvn checks if a given path is a repository or a working copy and opens it in the right mode. For subversion file:///dir and /dir is not the same!

This list may be used for URLs given for command line, too.