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You can import an entire directory to your Subversion repository, provided that you have access rights. This action is helpful for putting a whole project under version control.

Note

Import to the repository is always available, even though Subversion is not enabled in project.

To import a directory into a subversion repository
  1. On the main menu, choose VCS | Import into Subversion.
  2. In the Import into Subversion dialog box, select the target Subversion repository location. If the desired target repository location does not exist, you can configure a new one.
  3. Click Import.

    Tip

    This action is also available in the SVN Repositories browser. Right-click the target directory and choose the command on the context menu.

  4. In the Select Path dialog box, specify the directory to be imported, and click OK.

    Tip

    If you are importing a PhpStorm project, make sure that the project file (.ipr) is located under that folder.

  5. In the SVN Import Options dialog box, showing the read-only target repository location, and an editable field with the source directory, specify the following import options:
    • Check the option Import directories recursively, if you want to upload the nested directories to the repository location.
    • Check the option Include ignored resources, if you want to upload files from the ignored list.
    • Enter your comment in the Commit Message field, or select one from the history drop-down list.

  6. Click OK.

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