How to Plugin Uploads/Updates on Using the Terminal

Uploading or updating your WordPress plugin on via the terminal can be a straightforward process when you follow these steps:

  1. Clone the Repository:
    Begin by cloning the SVN repository for your plugin using the following command:

Note that the SVN URL for plugins generally follows the format:

  1. Navigate to the Plugin Folder:
    Once cloned, navigate to your plugin folder using the ‘cd’ command:
  1. Add and Update Files:
    To add and update files, use the following commands:

This ensures that your changes are incorporated into the repository.

  1. Commit with Username and Password:
    Commit the changes to the repository using your username. You can use the following command:

Alternatively, if you prefer entering your password directly in the command, you can use:

  1. Removing Files:
    To remove a file from the plugin folder, use the ‘svn rm’ command:

This command will remove the specified file from the repository.

By following these steps, you can confidently manage the upload and update process of your WordPress plugin on using the terminal. This streamlined approach ensures efficient version control and seamless integration with the WordPress plugin repository.


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