svn update — Update your working copy.
svn update brings changes from the repository into your working copy. If no revision given, it brings your working copy up-to-date with the HEAD revision. Otherwise, it synchronizes the working copy to the revision given by the --revision switch.
For each updated item a line will start with a character reporting the action taken. These characters have the following meaning:
A character in the first column signifies an update to the actual file, while updates to the file's properties are shown in the second column.
--revision (-r) REV --non-recursive (-N) --quiet (-q) --diff3-cmd CMD --username USER --password PASS --no-auth-cache --non-interactive --config-dir DIR
Pick up repository changes that have happened since your last update:
$ svn update A newdir/toggle.c A newdir/disclose.c A newdir/launch.c D newdir/README Updated to revision 32.
You can also update your working copy to an older revision (Subversion doesn't have the concept of “sticky” files like CVS does; see Appendix A, Subversion for CVS Users):
$ svn update -r30 A newdir/README D newdir/toggle.c D newdir/disclose.c D newdir/launch.c U foo.c Updated to revision 30.
If you want to examine an older revision of a single file, you may want to use svn cat.