svn move — Move a file or directory.
This command moves files or directories in your working copy or in the repository.
This command is equivalent to an svn copy followed by svn delete.
When moving multiple sources, they will be added as
DST, which must be
Subversion does not support moving between working copies and URLs. In addition, you can only move files within a single repository—Subversion does not support cross-repository moving.
Move and schedule a file or directory for addition (with history).
Complete server-side rename.
--message (-m) TEXT --file (-F) FILE --revision (-r) REV (Deprecated) --quiet (-q) --force --parents --with-revprop ARG --username USER --password PASS --no-auth-cache --non-interactive --editor-cmd EDITOR --encoding ENC --force-log --config-dir DIR
Move a file in your working copy:
$ svn move foo.c bar.c A bar.c D foo.c
Move several files in your working copy into a subdirectory:
$ svn move baz.c bat.c qux.c src A src/baz.c D baz.c A src/bat.c D bat.c A src/qux.c D qux.c
Move a file in the repository (an immediate commit, so it requires a commit message):
$ svn move -m "Move a file" http://svn.red-bean.com/repos/foo.c \ http://svn.red-bean.com/repos/bar.c Committed revision 27.