salt.modules.svn

Subversion SCM

salt.modules.svn.add(cwd, targets, user=None, username=None, password=None, *opts)

Add files to be tracked by the Subversion working-copy checkout

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
targets
: None
files and directories to pass to the command as arguments
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user
password
: None

Connect to the Subversion server with this password

New in version 0.17.0.

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.add /path/to/repo /path/to/new/file
salt.modules.svn.checkout(cwd, remote, target=None, user=None, username=None, password=None, *opts)

Download a working copy of the remote Subversion repository directory or file

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
remote
: None
URL to checkout
target
: None
The name to give the file or directory working copy Default: svn uses the remote basename
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user
password
: None

Connect to the Subversion server with this password

New in version 0.17.0.

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.checkout /path/to/repo svn://remote/repo
salt.modules.svn.commit(cwd, targets=None, msg=None, user=None, username=None, password=None, *opts)

Commit the current directory, files, or directories to the remote Subversion repository

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
targets
: None
files and directories to pass to the command as arguments Default: svn uses '.'
msg
: None
Message to attach to the commit log
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user
password
: None

Connect to the Subversion server with this password

New in version 0.17.0.

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.commit /path/to/repo
salt.modules.svn.diff(cwd, targets=None, user=None, username=None, password=None, *opts)

Return the diff of the current directory, files, or directories from the remote Subversion repository

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
targets
: None
files and directories to pass to the command as arguments Default: svn uses '.'
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user
password
: None

Connect to the Subversion server with this password

New in version 0.17.0.

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.diff /path/to/repo
salt.modules.svn.export(cwd, remote, target=None, user=None, username=None, password=None, revision=u'HEAD', *opts)

Create an unversioned copy of a tree.

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
remote
: None
URL and path to file or directory checkout
target
: None
The name to give the file or directory working copy Default: svn uses the remote basename
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user
password
: None

Connect to the Subversion server with this password

New in version 0.17.0.

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.export /path/to/repo svn://remote/repo
salt.modules.svn.info(cwd, targets=None, user=None, username=None, password=None, fmt=u'str')

Display the Subversion information from the checkout.

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
targets
: None
files, directories, and URLs to pass to the command as arguments svn uses '.' by default
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user
password
: None

Connect to the Subversion server with this password

New in version 0.17.0.

fmt
: str
How to fmt the output from info. (str, xml, list, dict)

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.info /path/to/svn/repo
salt.modules.svn.remove(cwd, targets, msg=None, user=None, username=None, password=None, *opts)

Remove files and directories from the Subversion repository

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
targets
: None
files, directories, and URLs to pass to the command as arguments
msg
: None
Message to attach to the commit log
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user
password
: None

Connect to the Subversion server with this password

New in version 0.17.0.

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.remove /path/to/repo /path/to/repo/remove
salt.modules.svn.status(cwd, targets=None, user=None, username=None, password=None, *opts)

Display the status of the current directory, files, or directories in the Subversion repository

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
targets
: None
files, directories, and URLs to pass to the command as arguments Default: svn uses '.'
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user
password
: None

Connect to the Subversion server with this password

New in version 0.17.0.

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.status /path/to/repo
salt.modules.svn.switch(cwd, remote, target=None, user=None, username=None, password=None, *opts)

New in version 2014.1.0.

Switch a working copy of a remote Subversion repository directory

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
remote
: None
URL to switch
target
: None
The name to give the file or directory working copy Default: svn uses the remote basename
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user
password
: None
Connect to the Subversion server with this password

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.switch /path/to/repo svn://remote/repo
salt.modules.svn.update(cwd, targets=None, user=None, username=None, password=None, *opts)

Update the current directory, files, or directories from the remote Subversion repository

cwd
The path to the Subversion repository
targets
: None
files and directories to pass to the command as arguments Default: svn uses '.'
user
: None
Run svn as a user other than what the minion runs as
password
: None

Connect to the Subversion server with this password

New in version 0.17.0.

username
: None
Connect to the Subversion server as another user

CLI Example:

salt '*' svn.update /path/to/repo