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svn_commit

Sends changes from the local working copy to the repository (PECL svn:0.1-0.2)
array svn_commit ( string log, array targets [, bool dontrecurse] )

Commits changes made in the local working copy files enumerated in the targets array to the repository, with the log message log. Directories in the targets array will be recursively committed unless dontrecurse is set to true.

Note:

This function does not have any parameters for specifying authentication, so a username and password must be set using svn_auth_set_parameter()

Parameters

log

String log text to commit

targets

Array of local paths of files to be committed

Warning:

This parameter must be an array, a string for a single target is not acceptable.

Note:

Relative paths will be resolved as if the current working directory was the one that contains the PHP binary. To use the calling script's working directory, use realpath() or dirname(__FILE__).

dontrecurse

Boolean flag to disable recursive committing of directories in the targets array. Default is FALSE.

Return Values

Returns array in form of:

array(
   0 => integer revision number of commit
   1 => string ISO 8601 date and time of commit
   2 => name of committer
)

Returns FALSE on failure.

Notes

Warning:

This function is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, the name of this function, and anything else documented about this function may change without notice in a future release of PHP. Use this function at your own risk.

Examples

Example 2493. Basic example

This example commits the calculator directory to a repository, using the username Bob and the password abc123 (hopefully, his password is stronger):

<?php
svn_auth_set_parameter
(SVN_AUTH_PARAM_DEFAULT_USERNAME, 'Bob');
svn_auth_set_parameter(SVN_AUTH_PARAM_DEFAULT_PASSWORD, 'abc123');
var_dump(svn_commit('Log message of Bob\'s commit', array(realpath('calculator'))));
?>

The above example will output:

array(
 0 => 1415,
 1 => '2007-05-26T01:44:28.453125Z',
 2 => 'Bob'
)