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SVK::Command::Annotate(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 SVK::Command::Annotate(3)

SVK::Command::Annotate - Display per-line revision and author info SYNOPSIS
annotate [PATH][@REV] annotate [-r REV] [PATH] annotate DEPOTPATH[@REV] annotate [-r REV] DEPOTPATH OPTIONS
-r [--revision] REV : annotate up to revision -x [--cross] : track revisions copied from elsewhere --remoterev : display remote revision numbers (on mirrors only) NOTES
Note that -r REV file will do annotation up to REV, while file@REV will do annotation up to REV, plus the checkout copy differences. perl v5.10.0 2008-08-04 SVK::Command::Annotate(3)

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SVK::Command::Update(3) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   SVK::Command::Update(3)

SVK::Command::Update - Bring changes from repository to checkout copies SYNOPSIS
update [PATH...] OPTIONS
-r [--revision] REV : act on revision REV instead of the head revision -N [--non-recursive] : do not descend recursively -C [--check-only] : try operation but make no changes -s [--sync] : synchronize mirrored sources before update -m [--merge] : smerge from copied sources before update -q [--quiet] : print as little as possible DESCRIPTION
Synchronize checkout copies to revision given by -r or to HEAD revision by default. 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 g Merged without actual change A character in the first column signifies an update to the actual file, while updates to the file's props are shown in the second column. If both "--sync" and "--merge" are specified, like in "svk up -sm", it will first synchronize the mirrored copy source path, and then smerge from it. perl v5.10.0 2008-08-04 SVK::Command::Update(3)
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