svn-inject -V (return code: 1)
Checking if the default $TMPDIR allows execution... Default $TMPDIR allows execution. Use of uninitialized value $opt_svnurl in substitution (s///) at /usr/bin/svn-inject line 241. Need two arguments: <dsc file> <SVN url>
svn-inject --help (return code: 1)
Usage: svn-inject [options] <package>.dsc [ <repository URL> ] Options: -h print this message -v Make the commands verbose -q Don't show command calls -l <digit> Layout type (1=pkg/function, 2=function/pkg/) -t <string> Directory where you like to store the .orig files --add-tar Keep tarballs in the repository -o Only keep modified files under SVN control (incl. debian/ dir), track only parts of upstream branch -c <digit> Checkout the tree after injecting (0=don't do, 1=trunk only (default), 2=complete tree) -d <string> Do-Like-OtherPackage feature. Looks at a local working directory, removes lastword/trunk from its URL and uses the result as base URL --no-branches Like -o but never tracking upstream branch -s Save the detected layout configuration (has effect only if a checkout is done after the inject) --setprops Set svn-bp props after injecting --tag Create a tag after importing If the base repository URL is omitted, svn-inject tries to get it from the current directory. In this case, -c becomes ineffective.